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Call it the fine art of corporate damage control. Now Motorola CEO Ed Zander is saying that carriers love the iTunes phone, and there was no pushback from the operators because the device cuts them out of mobile music revenue stream. “I don’t know where these […]

Call it the fine art of corporate damage control. Now Motorola CEO Ed Zander is saying that carriers love the iTunes phone, and there was no pushback from the operators because the device cuts them out of mobile music revenue stream. “I don’t know where these rumors got started,” Zander tells The Chicago Tribune. “When we did this deal last year, we knew exactly what carriers were interested in.” The phone would be out in July… he said. We shall see! via

By Om Malik

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