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The crux of the government’s case against Apple is that it acted as the “ringmaster” of a conspiracy among the publishers to raise the price of ebooks above what Amazon was… Read more »

The relationship between author and editor may not scale, as Macmillan Publishing CEO John Sargent suggests, but in the age of e-books and low-cost digital publishing platforms it’s certainly going to… Read more »

Some measure of consolidation — or attempted consolidation — is all but inevitable in the publishing industry as it grapples with radical changes to its long-standing business model that are eroding… Read more »

Remember those claims by the Authors Guild, the American Booksellers Association, and others that higher ebook prices under agency-pricing model introduced by Apple were responsible for attracting new investment to the… Read more »

The synchronous timing of the court’s approval of the settlement agreement between the government and a group of publishers in the e-book price-fixing case, and the Amazon’s news conference to unveil… Read more »

There are a lot of odd things about the Justice Department’s antitrust investigation of Apple over e-book pricing, starting with the fact that Apple is not the dominant player in the… Read more »