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A new book alleges that back in 2010, Apple’s Steve Jobs, it would create a bizarre hoax call to the Spotify CEO, Daniel Ek.
“Music End,” written by the Swedish authors, Jonas Leijonhufvud, and Sven Carlsson, was said to be based on more than 70 interviews with former executives, competitors, and company chiefs, performed in London, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, New York, Spotify’s head office in Sweden.
During a very stressful period of time for a Page to CEO of the company trying to take advantage of the stop in the music-streaming space and, as he evidently trusted, to a co-worker that he believed the Jobs were, which, to him, only to get a deep breath on the other end of the line.
Carlsson told the Variety of the Jobs, that is, from a “reliable source”, but it’s worth it to note that I myself do not participate in the making of this book.
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Steve Jobs, the late founder and former CEO of Apple. (Ap)
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“If Steve Jobs actually called Daniel Ek, is something that we have not been able to verify this,” Carlsson said. “For us, it I s a claim, it is a reflection of how paranoid and fearful he must have felt in 2010 when Spotify was denied access to the U.S. market, in large part due to pressure from Apple.”
According to Variety, the book is currently only available in Swedish and English, contains a variety of other manifestations, including Music, nearly gained the Height, and Soundcloud; Spotify to the court, Google, and Microsoft, and how the Music was a collaboration with Facebook, just before the US launch.
At the time of the alleged prank phone calls, and Apple held 80 percent of the market for digital music distribution in the United States of america, Carlsson added.
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A new book is claiming that Apple CEO Steve Jobs prank-called Spotify’s CEO in 2010. (AP)
The two authors, who hope a US publisher picks up the book in print, an English-language version, said), that they will want to know what the Music is top-level executives to think of their work.
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