EU regulators ready to accept Apple's eBook price fixing settlement
EU regulators ready to accept Apple's eBook price fixing settlement
                                       

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EU will reportedly accept ebook antitrust settlement from Apple and publishers

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

Ebook prices under more pressure after European Commission statement

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'Preliminary assessment' accuses Apple and four publishers of illegal 'concerted' move to inflate pricingEbook prices in the UK are set to plummet after the European Commission said that four major publishers and Apple "engaged in a concerted practice" to raise the price of ebooks, and required them to stop.The EC...
Ebook prices under more pressure after European Commission statement

What you missed this week on GigaOM Pro: Sharing, ebook wars, social ads

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All eyes were on Apple this week, as the company made its much-anticipated announcement about the new iPhone 5 and other additions and revamps to its product and software line. Over at GigaOM Pro, our analysts and curators are looking beyond the news, focusing on potential disruptions in the mobile...
What you missed this week on GigaOM Pro: Sharing, ebook wars, social ads

Apple is already fighting Amazon in the ebook price wars

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Apple would prefer agency pricing on ebooks — that, we know. In fact, Apple is likely to appeal the DOJ’s ebook pricing settlement with HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster, which was approved last week. Turns out, though, that doesn’t mean Apple won’t play the price-drop game on their ebooks...
Apple is already fighting Amazon in the ebook price wars

Federal judge approves settlement with three publishers in Apple/Amazon ebook price fixing case

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Last month we noted that Apple filed a document with the Southern District of New York attempting to have settlements with the DOJ and three publishers delayed until after after the high profile ebook price fixing case goes to trial in June 2013. Today, The Wall Street Journal reports a...
Federal judge approves settlement with three publishers in Apple/Amazon ebook price fixing case
Ebook publishers agree to $69 million settlement in state price-fixing lawsuit

Apple calls DOJ settlement with publishers unlawful, says trial is necessary

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Back in April, the U.S. Department of Justice announced a settlement with three of the publishers involved in the DOJ’s ebook price fixing antitrust suit against Apple. Hachette, HarperCollings, and Simon & Schuster were part of the settlement, which would allow Amazon to return to its previous wholesale model and...
Apple calls DOJ settlement with publishers unlawful, says trial is necessary
Judge rules Walter Isaacson notes on Steve Jobs can't be used as evidence in price-fixing lawsuit
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