Macmillan settles with DOJ, leaving Apple last defendant standing in ebook pricing case

Macmillan settles with DOJ, leaving Apple last defendant standing in ebook pricing case

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Macmillan, the last remaining publisher holdout in the Department of Justice’s ebook pricing antitrust lawsuit against five publishers and Apple, has decided to settle about ten months after the lawsuit was originally filed. Following Penguin’s settlement in December, Macmillan CEO John Sargent had said  Macmillan wouldn’t follow suit, but he acknowledged Friday...
Macmillan settles with DOJ, leaving Apple last defendant standing in ebook pricing case
                                       

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