collude collude  /kə ˈlud/


  • (v) act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose

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  • The Steve Jobs video that sealed Apple's fate in the DOJ case

    Apple yesterday came up on the losing end of a decision from US District Judge Denise Cote who ruled that Apple did, in fact, collude to artificially raise the price of e-books. In looking over the decision , I found it interesting that statements made by Steve Jobs were construed as compelling evidence in the eyes of Cote. Compelling evidence of Apple's participation in the conspiracy came from ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: The Unofficial Apple Weblog


  1. "The security services in our country do not practice torture," said Mr Johnson. "They do not endorse torture, they do not encourage others to torture on our behalf, they do not collude in torture, full stop. It's a free society, and that's...
    on Feb 12, 2010 By: Alan Johnson Source: BBC News

  2. McKenna added: "Keep in mind of course, that in the background there is the world's biggest cartel. Unfortunately my antitrust jurisdiction does not extend to OPEC. They collude systemically on production levels, and manipulate the world price for...
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: Rob McKenna Source:

  3. "In Florida, companies will not be permitted to collude to harm the public," McCollum said. "I am pleased that this settlement will provide much-needed relief to those who were on the losing end of the scheme."
    on Feb 6, 2007 By: Bill McCollum Source: Lawfuel (press release)

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