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February 06, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 92) • Page Image 7

…, moved to ensure that the computer company did not use the apple logo in the music business. TheApple Corpslogo is a Granny Smith apple. The logo for Apple Inc. is an apple with a bite taken out of it. But…

… things changed in 2003 when Apple Computer, as it was known until it dropped "Computer" from its name last month, began signing deals with record labels to distribute music online through iTunes. Apple

…- by children's hospital. "Everyone is a winner," the emcees said in their clos- ing speech. "But most of all, Dominique. She's the biggest winner of all." Tuesday, February 6, 2007 - 7 Two Apples end…

… trademark spat By LAURIE J. FLYNN The New York Times --------- The long and winding road has come to an end for the Beatles, at least as far as the dispute over their Apple logo is concerned. Apple Inc., the…

… maker of the iPod, and Apple Corps, the guardian of the Beatles' music interests, announced yester- day that they had settled their dispute over the technology company's name and its use of an apple logo…

…. Under the new agreement, Apple Inc. now owns all the trademarks related to "Apple" and will license certain trade- marks back to Apple Corps Ltd., the London company founded by the Beatles in the late…

… 1960s. The agreement immedi- ately raised speculation that the Beatles' music, which has been unavailable on legitimate digital music services, might soon be licensed for down- loads from the Apple i…

… these trade- marks," said Steven P. Jobs, chief executive of Apple Inc., who is widely known as a huge fan of the Beatles' music. The companies declined to provide further details of the settle- ment. The…

… new agreement replac- es one signed by the com- panies in 1991, when Apple Corps, which represents Paul McCartney; Ringo Starr; the estate of George Harrison; and Yoko Ono, the widow of John Lennon…

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