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DOJ Reportedly Checking Up On Publishers Again As Amazon/Hachette Battle Continues

Posted at 7:34AM Wednesday 04 Jun 2014

Perhaps you thought the Department of Justice's battle against publishers was over, even as its legal fight with Apple for allegedly colluding with those publishers to fix ebook prices grinds on. Not so fast: According to a report in the Wall Street Journal Monday night, the DOJ recently went back to HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster "asking about any recent pricing discussions they may have had with others in the industry...

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