“Apple Computer, the maker of iPod digital-music players and Macintosh computers, has sued three software developers, contending they distributed unreleased versions of its OS X computer operating system on the Internet,” Bloomberg News reports. “‘Before, they didn’t have enough market share to care about things like this,’ said Eugene Munster, an analyst with Piper Jaffray & Company in Minneapolis. Mr. Munster, who rates the stock as outperform, said Apple computers represent 2 percent of the global personal computer market, and that share is increasing. ‘With a growing market share, they’re going to have to start acting like a grown-up company.'”
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