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Apple confirms purchase of music site Lala  Palo Alto: Apple Inc. has purchased online music retailer Lala.com, a startup that has threatened 'the end of the MP3' with its fast song-streaming application OK For ITunes To Block Palm Pre  Apple Inc. appears to have clearance from an industry group to block rival's Pre phone from connecting with the iTunes software Apple, Labels Work On Album 'Cocktail'  Apple Inc. and the 4 major recording labels are working on launching in the fall a music offering to add value to digital albums sold on the iTunes Apple short of target for rental movies  Apple Inc. has fallen substantially short of its target of having 1,000 movies available for rent on its Apple TV set-top box and is blaming... Update lets pull movies from iTunes  A box the size of a hardback book It can now download rented movies directly from iTunes, with no need to involve the home computer Apple Can Now Sell EMI Songs Online  EMI announced a deal that will allow Apple Inc. to sell the record company's songs online without copy protection software   Steve Jobs seeks online music shake-up  Apple CEO has urged the world's largest record companies to begin selling songs online without security software Apple, Beatles Settle Trademark Suit
Biography of Steve Jobs released  A revealing new book about the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson has been released today iTunes will sell music from Beatles


year 2011 Top ^

Oct.24


year 2010 Top ^

Nov.16
  Apple store will start selling downloads of songs and albums from the group, in an agreement with the Beatles' recording label, EMI Group Ltd.


year 2009 Top ^

Dec.6
Sep.22
Jul.27


year 2008 Top ^

Mar.5
Feb.25


year 2007 Top ^

Apr.2
Feb.6
Feb.5
  IPod maker and the manager of The Beatles' Apple Corps resolved their long-simmering dispute
 The new settlement will continue using its name and logos on iTunes. Apple Inc. will license trademarks back to Apple Corps



year 2006 Top ^

Dec.29
Sep.12
  Computer firm unveiled a device which will stream music and video wirelessly between TV and computers
Jun.19 Apple to start selling feature length films  Acccording to Variety.com, CEO Steve Jobs was in talks to start selling the films on its iTunes Music Store May.8 Beatles Lose Suit Against Apple Computer
  Apple Computer is entitled to use the apple logo on its iTunes Music Store. Apple Corps Ltd. lost suit
Feb.24 One billion songs sold on iTunes  Less than 3 years after its premiere in the digital music business, Apple Computer Inc. has sold 1 billion songs

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.7 Apple adding NBC shows to join iTunes  Apple Computer Inc. is adding 11 television shows including 'Law & Order,' 'The Office' Jan.24 iTunes sells 250 million songs  Music downloads are selling at a rate of more than a million per day

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.26 Color screen iPod, U2 collaboration  Apple introduced a new larger-capacity iPod as well as a first-of-its-kind digital compendium of the rock band songs Jul.12 iTunes hits benchmark of 100 million songs  It took nearly 3 months longer than Steve Jobs predicted Mar.15 50 Million Songs Sold Over Internet  Apple Computer said it has sold 50 million songs over the Internet through its iTunes Music Store

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.15 Online Store Sales Top 25 Million Songs  More than $1 million worth of iTunes online gift certificates and allowances have been bought Sep.12 Beatles' company sues over trademark  Apple Corps Ltd. said Apple Computer violated a 1991 agreement by entering the music business with its iTunes Apr.28 Apple launches online music service
  iTunes Music Store draws from all 5 major record labels in offering 200,000 songs at 99 cents a download





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C. 2009-12-06 Apple confirms purchase of music site Lala Palo Alto
3. 2009-09-22 OK For ITunes To Block Palm Pre Apple
E. 2009-07-27 Apple, Labels Work On Album 'Cocktail' Apple
5. 2008-03-05 Apple short of target for rental movies Apple
6. 2008-02-25 Update lets pull movies from iTunes Apple
H. 2007-04-02 Apple Can Now Sell EMI Songs Online Apple
I. 2007-02-06 Steve Jobs seeks online music shake-up Apple


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Suit Over IPod-ITunes Link  Apple Computer is facing alleging the monopoly by tying music and video sales to its market-leading portable players Beatles Lose Suit Against Apple Computer




Apple, Entertainment Business Lawsuit Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Lawsuit timeline, World Business Lawsuit timeline Top ^
2006
Dec.29
May.8
  Apple Computer is entitled to use the apple logo on its iTunes Music Store. Apple Corps Ltd. lost suit
2003 Sep.12 Beatles' company sues over trademark  Apple Corps Ltd. said Apple Computer violated a 1991 agreement by entering the music business with its iTunes



Apple, Entertainment Software Timeline ... See Bay Area Software timeline, World Software timeline Top ^
2010 Nov.16 iTunes will sell music from Beatles
  Apple store will start selling downloads of songs and albums from the group, in an agreement with the Beatles' recording label, EMI Group Ltd.
2008 Mar.5 Apple short of target for rental movies  Apple Inc. has fallen substantially short of its target of having 1,000 movies available for rent on its Apple TV set-top box and is blaming... Feb.25 Update lets pull movies from iTunes  A box the size of a hardback book It can now download rented movies directly from iTunes, with no need to involve the home computer



Apple, Entertainment Business Leaders Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Leaders timeline, World Business Leaders timeline Top ^
2011 Oct.24 Biography of Steve Jobs released
  A revealing new book about the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson has been released today



Apple, Entertainment New Product Timeline ... See Bay Area New Product timeline, World New Product timeline Top ^
2003 Apr.28 Apple launches online music service
  iTunes Music Store draws from all 5 major record labels in offering 200,000 songs at 99 cents a download




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2009 Dec.6 Apple confirms purchase of music site Lala
  Palo Alto: Apple Inc. has purchased online music retailer Lala.com, a startup that has threatened 'the end of the MP3' with its fast song-streaming application Sep.22 OK For ITunes To Block Palm Pre  Apple Inc. appears to have clearance from an industry group to block rival's Pre phone from connecting with the iTunes software 2007 Apr.2 Apple Can Now Sell EMI Songs Online
  EMI announced a deal that will allow Apple Inc. to sell the record company's songs online without copy protection software Feb.5 Apple, Beatles Settle Trademark Suit
  IPod maker and the manager of The Beatles' Apple Corps resolved their long-simmering dispute
 The new settlement will continue using its name and logos on iTunes. Apple Inc. will license trademarks back to Apple Corps
2006 Jun.19 Apple to start selling feature length films  Acccording to Variety.com, CEO Steve Jobs was in talks to start selling the films on its iTunes Music Store



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2009 Jul.27 Apple, Labels Work On Album 'Cocktail'  Apple Inc. and the 4 major recording labels are working on launching in the fall a music offering to add value to digital albums sold on the iTunes 2007 Feb.6   Steve Jobs seeks online music shake-up  Apple CEO has urged the world's largest record companies to begin selling songs online without security software 2006 Sep.12 Apple targets TV and film market
  Computer firm unveiled a device which will stream music and video wirelessly between TV and computers
Feb.24 One billion songs sold on iTunes  Less than 3 years after its premiere in the digital music business, Apple Computer Inc. has sold 1 billion songs 2005 Dec.7 Apple adding NBC shows to join iTunes  Apple Computer Inc. is adding 11 television shows including 'Law & Order,' 'The Office' Jan.24 iTunes sells 250 million songs  Music downloads are selling at a rate of more than a million per day 2004 Oct.26 Color screen iPod, U2 collaboration  Apple introduced a new larger-capacity iPod as well as a first-of-its-kind digital compendium of the rock band songs Jul.12 iTunes hits benchmark of 100 million songs  It took nearly 3 months longer than Steve Jobs predicted Mar.15 50 Million Songs Sold Over Internet  Apple Computer said it has sold 50 million songs over the Internet through its iTunes Music Store 2003 Dec.15 Online Store Sales Top 25 Million Songs  More than $1 million worth of iTunes online gift certificates and allowances have been bought