Google settles with book publishers over eBooks
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Google, book publishers settle long-running copyright case

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The Association of American Publishers and Google settle 7-year-old litigation. Google Library Project gets access to publishers' in-copyright books. [Read more]...
Google, book publishers settle long-running copyright case

Why J.K. Rowling's new ebook is $17.99

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The Casual Vacancy, the first and much-buzzed-about book for adults from “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling, hits shelves (and the e-readers of those who’ve preordered it) on Thursday. The book is a sure-bet bestseller and is likely to be publisher Hachette’s top-selling title this fall or even this year. Many...
Why J.K. Rowling's new ebook is $17.99

Book Publishers Latest War On Technology: How Dare You Share Your Kindle Highlights!

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It's really quite amazing how some folks who came up through the old publishing world seem to have a near allergic reaction to new technologies that are somehow "different." You may recall the previous freakouts over text to speech, library lending of ebooks and efforts to scan physical books into...
Book Publishers Latest War On Technology: How Dare You Share Your Kindle Highlights!

How The Big Six Book Publishers Are Using Social Media

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In the fifth and final part of our series, Social Books, we explore how the "big six" book publishers use social media. So far in the series we've looked at the largest social network for book lovers (Goodreads), a new social network for book writers (Writer's Bloq), how public libraries...
How The Big Six Book Publishers Are Using Social Media
Apple and four publishers agree to terminate 'agency' sales model in Europe

Apple's rivals asked for opinions on ebooks antitrust remedies

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Apple, along with four major e-book publishers, have offered retailers such as Amazon the option to set their own prices for e-books for the next two years in a bid to end an antitrust investigation in the E.U....
Apple's rivals asked for opinions on ebooks antitrust remedies

Apple Backs Down In European Antitrust Case, Leaving Coast Clear For Amazon

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Apple and a group of the world's leading book publishers have thrown in the towel in their European battle to keep their pricing agreements in place. An announcement by the European Commission says that publishers Hachette, Macmillan, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster will no longer give preferential treatment to Apple....
Apple Backs Down In European Antitrust Case, Leaving Coast Clear For Amazon

Betaworks' Findings pivots as Amazon bans Kindle clips

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Findings, the year-old content-sharing site from untraditional VC firm Betaworks, was built on the ability to sync and share Kindle highlights. But after Amazon told Betaworks that this function violates its terms of service, Findings has had to pivot to focus on web clipping. The Kindle highlights feature lets reader...
Betaworks' Findings pivots as Amazon bans Kindle clips

Judge Approves E-Book Price-Fixing Settlement

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A U.S. judge has approved an antitrust agreement with dozens of states in which consumers will receive more than $69 million from book publishers to settle allegations of price-fixing of e-books. The approval follows a consent last week given by the judge to a separate but related federal antitrust settlement...
Judge Approves E-Book Price-Fixing Settlement
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