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June 06, 2005

Apple Dismisses Yahoo's Online Music Rivalry

AFP: Steve Jobs said the company's iTunes online music service has now sold nearly half a billion songs, and is strong enough to see off a rival offering from Yahoo. "In the end it's all about the results and so, you know, I'm waiting for Yahoo to tell us how many subscribers they have. I assume they will very shortly," he said.

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