book2book

  booktrade.info

Search Booktrade.info:  


Saturday 28th March

Book2book Home Book Trade News Trade Announcements Bestseller Lists About Booktrade.info

Apple Gets Reprieve From E-book Monitor's Oversight

Posted at 8:02AM Wednesday 22 Jan 2014

A U.S. appeals court gave Apple Inc a reprieve from an external monitor appointed to oversee its compliance with antitrust laws after the company had been found liable last July for conspiring to raise e-book prices.

Reuters




Get book trade news by email

Daily book trade headlines and breaking publishing news by email - just £3 a month. Click on the Subscribe button below to sign up now

Find out more


Search the news archive:
 






More Book Trade News

Library Made Of Books Will Be Built At Book Festival
www.adweek.com

Giant library made out of books at the inaugural Bay Area Book Festival

Kindle Owners Are Angry
the-digital-reader.com

Amazon Launches "Unlimited" Cloud Storage, Kicks Kindle Owners to the Curb

New Class Action Suit Filed Against Penguin Random House, Author Solutions
the-digital-reader.com

Giskan Solotaroff Anderson & Stewart file second class action

Stieg Larsson's Partner Hits Out At Plans To Publish Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Sequel
www.dailymail.co.uk

Dismisses it as nothing more than a money-making scheme

Fixing Prices at IPA
www.publishersweekly.com

Is there an alternative to heavy discounting and price wars?

Account Sign-In

Most Popular Stories

  1. Amazon Makes Even Temporary Warehouse Workers Sign 18-month Non-Competes
  2. Fixing Prices at IPA
  3. PA's New And Improved Copyright Infringement Portal Goes Live
  4. Picture Book Wins 2015 Waterstones Children's Book Prize
  5. 12 Things You Never Knew About The Harry Potter Series
  6. Italian Physicist's Book On Einstein's Relativity Theory Becomes Surprise Hit
  7. EU Launching a EU-Wide Single Digital Market?
  8. Premio Alfaguara De Novela Winner Announced
  9. Russell Brand Donates Revolution Book Profits To New Era Cafe
  10. Tomas Transtroemer, Swedish Poet And Nobel Winner, Dies