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Apple Case Against Motorola/Google Dismissed

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Nov 5, 2012, 4:23 PM

Apple can't afford $2 per item?

Come on Apple. What was the exact figure, $2.25 or $2.75 per phone? With all that revenue you make every single year, being one of the (if not the) richest corporation on the entire planet, you can't afford what Motorola is asking, and now a Judge says you're so full of crap they don't even want to hear your case?

People should evaluate what company they are giving their money to.
You don't become rich by "giving" your money away.

For the same reason, Apple pays 2% taxes on their incomes, globally (not that other Mega-Corps aren't guilty of it as well.).

Nov 5, 2012, 6:41 PM

"agreed ... to pay less than $1 ... if so ordered"?

Isn't that the same as saying that they would REFUSE to pay $1.50 even if the court so ordered them to?

Maybe it's not that kind of trial, but I'm not about to try this method in traffic court.
Well, Steve Jobs drove a car with no license plates and parked in handicapped spots with no permit, and to knowledge he was never fined for either offense.....so apparently this strategy worked very well in traffic court. Very Happy
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