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Re: Record Labels Bucking for More Bucks From Apple
Posted by: Jeff Leeds 2005-08-29 13:22:23
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Two and a half years after the music business lined up behind Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs and hailed him and his iTunes music service for breathing life into music sales, the industry's allegiance to him has eroded sharply. Jobs is now girding for a showdown with at least two of the four major record companies over the price of songs on the iTunes service.


Re: Record Labels Bucking for More Bucks From Apple
Posted by: mbf666 2005-08-29 13:39:06 In reply to: Jeff Leeds
The way I see it, record companies are the one not
happy with Apple iTunes price of $.99 per tune.
They want variable price, so lastest hits cost
more... and probably oldies cost less; yeah right.
Apple on the other half want to stick to its $.99
per tune.
Is Apple the "bad" guy? I think isn't.
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