Tim Cook Takes the Stand Against Epic Games

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May.21 — Tim Cook will take the stand for the first time as chief executive officer of Apple Inc., appearing as the final witness in the company’s closely watched antitrust battle with Fortnite developer Epic Games. Emily Chang is at the courthouse in Oakland.

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