Axel Springer AG, one of Europe's largest newspaper publishers, with 10,000 employees and more than 150 papers in 30 countries, including its flagship Die Welt, announced on Friday that it is switching its entire operation from PCs to Macs.
In a YouTube video, posted below the fold, CEO Mathias Döpfner lists four reasons for the change:
Via Heise Online.
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