Apple's services success story relies on massive payments from a single partner: Google

DOJ cites “public estimates” saying that Google pays Apple between $8 billion and $12 billion per year to be the default search engine on Safari as well as other services, such as Siri.
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Students Pair with Local Black-Owned Businesses in New MBA Field Course

Scaling Minority Businesses, a new field class in the Elective Curriculum (EC) this fall, aims Harvard Business School (HBS) resources straight at Black-owned businesses in greater Boston. By pairing MBA students with local businesses as consultants, teaching relevant cases, and bringing in expert speakers, Professors Henry McGee (MBA 1979), Jeff Bussgang (MBA 1995), and Archie Jones (MBA 1998) hope to make a lasting difference in the fight for racial justice and against systemic racism.
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Lawyers who went after Microsoft in antitrust case say DOJ will have a difficult time succeeding against Google

The Google complaint is far from a carbon copy of Microsoft’s, according to five lawyers involved in that earlier case interviewed by CNBC.
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