McGraw-Hill punished by Apple for leaking iPad info on CNBC
We know that Steve Jobs is a stickler for keeping things quiet until the official announcement and Apple's CEO wasn't going to let such an obvious (and widely disseminated) gaffe go unpunished. So he sent McGraw-Hill into the penalty box by removing the company's name from a slide showing the names of publishers whose books will be made available for the iPad. It was a spanking the Steve Jobs way and what could make for a worse punishment than telling the large number of people who tuned into the iPad announcement that your venerable publishing house doesn't exist-at least not to Steve Jobs.
source: Venturebeat, Gizmodo