Apple is Stuck With Antitrust Monitor Michael Bromwich

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Apple won’t be too happy about this. Its court-appointed antitrust monitor, Michael Bromwich is staying with the iPhone maker.

A while back, the Cupertino company asked the court to remove Bromwich, because it said he costs too much. Bromwich bit back, saying that his legal fees are all reasonable, and that he must also hire a team of attorneys in order to do the work required.

Well, at least Apple can afford it. Right?

[via TUAW]

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