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Ghost of Microsoft Stalks Apple as DOJ Takes Its Shot

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The tech industry faced a familiar challenge this week as Apple was accused of having an improper monopoly with its iPhone. The CEO, Tim Cook, is expected to dedicate years to fighting antitrust lawyers who aim to dismantle the company’s empire, which was built following the death of Steve Jobs.

The Justice Department recently accused Apple of an improper monopoly with its iPhone, reminding many of the past controversies surrounding Microsoft. Apple CEO, Tim Cook, is now facing the prospect of a prolonged battle with antitrust lawyers. This could potentially consume the next few years as they seek to dismantle the pillars of the business empire Cook helped build after the passing of Steve Jobs.