Apple fallout continues: Paris expo cancelled

Apple Expo Paris 2009 has been cancelled, according to Macworld.com.

Apple Expo Paris 2009 has been cancelled, according to Macworld.com.

The news comes one day after Apple announced that 2009 would be its last year at Macworld San Francisco and that Steve Jobs would not take the stage to deliver the keynote. Still, it's not like the cancellation of the Paris expo is directly related to Apple's announcement about the San Francisco show. The company said in June that it would not participate in the 2008 show in Paris, which was held in September. And in February, it pulled out of the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas.

Consistently, the reasoning has been the same: Apple says there are better ways other than trade shows to reach their customers.

Also see: Apple’s Macworld saga and Jobs absence: Leadership signals and succession plans

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