It was reported this weekend that current Apple CEO Tim Cook had been opposed to launching patent suits against Samsung when he was COO under previous chief executive Steve Jobs. According to Reuters, Cook’s opposition to suing Samsung was largely rooted in concerns about the damage such a strategy would cause to Apple’s working relationship with the Korean company, which was (and remains) one of its key suppliers of component technology.

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