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Amidst Justice Department Lawsuit, Kindle E-book Prices Rise Sharply

Posted at 6:10AM Thursday 12 Apr 2012

E-book prices for Amazon's best-selling e-books have spiked in the past several weeks amidst heated speculation that the U.S. Department of Justice would file a lawsuit against Apple and some of the largest U.S. publishers alleging an e-book price-fixing scheme.

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