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Penguin and Random House merger edges closer as Australian authorities give the green light

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We’ve known for a while that publishing behemoths Penguin and Random House were to merge, thus creating a colossal book publisher. Well, that deal has been given yet another seal of approval, with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission stating that it doesn’t plan to intervene in the proposed merger....
Penguin and Random House merger edges closer as Australian authorities give the green light

Use Open Source? Then You're a Pirate!

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superapecommando writes "There's a fantastic little story in the Guardian today that says a US lobby group is trying to get the US government to consider open source as the equivalent to piracy. The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), an umbrella group for American publishing, software, film, television and music...
Use Open Source? Then You're a Pirate!

The Penguin and Random House merger clears a big hurdle, as the European Commission gives the go-ahead

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We’ve known for a while that publishing behemoths Penguin and Random House were to merge, thus creating a colossal book publisher. Well, that deal has been given yet another big seal of approval with the European Commissioning now greenlighting the proposed merger. Today’s announcement follows on from the US Department...
The Penguin and Random House merger clears a big hurdle, as the European Commission gives the go-ahead

Penguin and Random House merger moves one step closer, as the US Department of Justice gives its approval

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We’ve known for some time that publishing behemoths Penguin and Random House were to merge, thus creating  a truly colossal book publisher. Well, that deal has been given the final seal of approval, with the US Department Of Justice giving the greenlight to the deal. Random House’s parent company –...
Penguin and Random House merger moves one step closer, as the US Department of Justice gives its approval

Use Open Source? Then You're a Pirate!

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superapecommando writes "There's a fantastic little story in the Guardian today that says a US lobby group is trying to get the US government to consider open source as the equivalent to piracy. The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), an umbrella group for American publishing, software, film, television and music...
Use Open Source? Then You're a Pirate!
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