Other people’s money: the Apple story | Waiting for Godot


– Jolyon Maugham
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It really does have it all, yesterday’s Apple story. But you don’t want to read 5,000 words and I don’t want to write them. So let me focus on the bits I think are interesting or important. First, the political dimension. Students of the history of the European Union will know that the European institutions have often acted to protect and enhance the functioning of the single market. As I’ve argued on these pages before, we can’t really have the level playing field on which a functioning single.  show all text

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