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Apple Ebooks Damages Trial To Start July 14 After Appeals Court Refuses Delay

Posted at 1:08PM Monday 02 Jun 2014

A trial in July will determine how much Apple will pay in punishment for fixing ebook prices. A lead lawyer says the tab could be over $800 million.

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