Sources: Yoko iTunes Story Untrue

The Beatles, front row, from left; Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr on drums, perform at the "Ed Sullivan Show," in New York Feb. 9, 1964.
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This story was written by CNET's Greg Sandoval

The Financial Times that that the catalog would not be part of Apple's press event on Wednesday.

I checked with my music industry sources, some of whom have direct knowledge of the talks between EMI and Apple Corp., the company that represents the Beatles, and they also said the negotiations have not yielded an agreement. All Things Digital reported the same earlier.

How about this? If Sky News did nail this kind of whopper scoop, the organization would most certainly be ballyhooing its sweet piece of journalism, not hiding it. But as of 5 p.m. PDT Tuesday, that's exactly what what was happening. The story was nowhere to be found on the site.
What's far more likely at this point is that something went wrong at Sky News.

Anyone who has followed iTunes news has seen these rumors come and go. In the past, regardless of how delicious they've sounded, they've all been debunked.