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Analysts ponder the state of independence of a board handpicked by Steve Jobs.
Even long-term bulls have started to question the company's prospects.
The game maker sells 2 million copies of its popular football title.
Also, the video-game publisher gets subpoenaed on past stock-options practices.
New offerings by AOL and Vivendi take a run at Apple's digital music dominance.
Some specifications of the new digital music player appear in a regulatory filing.
The company's settlement with Creative Tech shows how to handle a patent dispute.
Small companies' compliance with the internal-controls portion of the act is nearly nonexistent.
Apple will pay $100 million.