Judge Comes Down Hard on Publishers, Apple in E-book Case

Originally posted on Business & Money:

In a strongly worded opinion, US District Judge Denise Cote rejected requests by Apple and five book publishers to throw out a class action suit that accuses them of price-fixing.

Citing ongoing state, federal and international antitrust investigations, Cote turned down arguments that Apple and the publishers had acted independently when they changed the pricing model for e-books. (For more details on the case, see “Everything you need to know about the DOJ lawsuit in one post.”)

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