Apple Halts AppleCare in Italy and 1 Tech Titans on the Move

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): According to a spokesman, Apple Inc. has ceased selling Apple Care, a customer protection plan, that caused concerns with Italy’s antitrust authority. Italy’s competition guardian had threatened the United States colossus with a fine and even temporary closure of their Italian operations if they did not make it clear to customers that they were entitled to a free two-year warranty on their products in accordance with the European Union law.

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