In 1991 Apple Computer came to an agreement with Apple Corps – record label of Beatles fame – over their shared name. To avoid confusion, the Mac-maker agreed to limit the use of its brand in the music business. Now, the subsequent rise in popularity of iPods and iTunes has plonked Steve Jobs’ Apple into the heart of the same business as Paul McCartney’s Apple, and an Apple vs Apple lawsuit is the result.
Looking at the case, Sneak doubts that McCartney and his partners will let it be. They’re intent on telling Apple Computer: Get back to where you once belonged, or they’ll be misery in store. Lawyers on both sides will no doubt be putting in a few hard days’ nights, working eight days a week as they tread the long and winding road to a verdict. And both parties are likely to need a lot of help from their friends during the case. Hopefully both Apples can work it out, because life is very short and there’s no time for fussing and fighting, but then again, tomorrow never knows. Everybody’s got something to hide except me and my monkey.
OK, that was terrible. Sneak is going for a little lie-down now. The end.
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