John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling against Apple and the state of Apple Retail.
The European Union is launching an Apple Music probe after Spotify accuses Apple of antitrust since it owns both Apple Music and the App Store.
The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) announced it will investigate Apple over antitrust concerns about the App Store.
Qualcomm and the FTC have presented closing arguments in the antitrust trial, and it doesn’t sound good for Qualcomm.
The evidence is overwhelming that Qualcomm engaged in exclusionary conduct. The effects of Qualcomm’s conduct, when considered together, are anticompetitive.
It will be interesting to see if this case will finally close, or if Apple and Qualcomm will keep fighting like Apple and Samsung do.
Apple is accused of having an App Store monopoly, and today the U.S. Supreme Court will oversee the antitrust case.
Apple, Amazon, and Google are abusing their market strength to block competition from smaller companies, according to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). In a speech at the America’s Monopoly Problem on Wednesday, she said the three companies are using their size to “snuff out competition,” and she’s at least partly right.