Google's Second Renewables Deal, JC Penney's Pricing Strategy, Apple in Court Over Price Fixing

Yesterday Google signed another renewable energy deal, agreeing to buy electricity from a Swedish wind farm for ten years.

J.C. Penney admits that its pricing strategy includes marking up prices in order to mark them down again.

In the antitrust trial that began this week, Apple, Inc. denies having collaborated with publishing companies to raise the prices of e-books before the launch of the iPad in 2010.

Speaking of Apple, the tech company may have a bigger problem. Like a chic handbag, Apple’s late CEO Steve Jobs now has his own Chinese knockoff in the form of one Lei Jun. This NYT article shows an entrepreneur determined to imitate Jobs, from “inventing” smartphones to wearing dark shirts.

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