A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision may eventually force Apple to make big changes to its App Store, resulting in lower profits, according to an analyst report.
This week’s court ruling, which opened the door to consumers and app developers filing antitrust lawsuits against Apple over its App Store policies, could cost the company a lot of money, Morgan Stanley[/f500link] analyst Katy Huberty told investors this week....
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Eight of the 12 economists in a Bloomberg survey said the Feb. 19 budget will contain a new tax on online vendors, with another betting that cross-border digital transactions will now be included in the goods-and-services tax regime.