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Papermaster forced to stop
Apple's newly-hired iPod chief has already been ordered to step down from his position until further notice, Reuters reports. A US District Court judge for New York state has declared that because Mark Papermaster may be in violation of a non-compete agreement with his former company, IBM, he must "immediately cease his employment" with Apple. Apple's management has agreed to abide by the decision for now.
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