Apple and Beatles' publishing company come together

Years of bad blood over trademark disputes between computer maker Apple Inc. and The Beatles’ publishing company Apple Corps was put to rest when it was announced that the Fab Four’s entire catalog is now available on iTunes. Apple said people snapped up more than 450,000 copies of Beatles albums, plus 2 million individual songs, during their first week on sale.

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