Apple Expo to go on--minus Apple

Goddard, Charlotte
November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p8
Announces that Apple Expo 1998 will go ahead after Apple Computer UK resolved its differences with Emap Trenton and licensed the organizer to use the Apple brand. Why Apple pulled out of Apple Expo; Emap's showcase for personal computer and Apple software and hardware; Comments from Kevin Murphy, Emap Trenton's managing director.


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