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Jun 27, 2016 - 04:27 PM UTC — AAPL: 92.08 (-1.32, -1.41%) | NASDAQ: 4594.44 (-113.54, -2.41%)

Tag: iBookstore

  1. Apple to begin doling out $400 million to customers in ebook price-fixing settlement

    Beginning June 21, 2016, millions of e-book purchasers will receive credits and checks for twice their losses…

  2. Why there will soon be a huge rise in e-book sales

    Following a price-fixing conviction against Apple and major publishers…

  3. Why Apple’s e-book appeal went down in flames

    This appeal never stood a chance…

  4. U.S. Supreme Court rejects Apple appeal over $450 million e-book case

    The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Apple Inc. and left in place a ruling that the company conspired with publishers…

  5. Apple presses U.S. Supreme Court to take up appeal, overturn ebooks verdict

    Apple is pulling out all the stops in its bid to overturn a ruling that it fixed ebook prices…

  6. In amicus brief, Authors Guild, ABA, B&N back Apple; urge U.S. Supreme Court to overturn ebooks verdict

    In an amicus brief filed on December 2, a coalition of authors groups and booksellers urged the Supreme Court to overturn…

  7. Why Apple thinks they can win their e-book antitrust case at the Supreme Court

    The petition is admirably lucid and almost Jobsian in its simplicity….

  8. Why Apple took its ebook antitrust battle to the U.S. Supreme Court

    When Apple launched the iBooks Store in 2010, we brought choice to consumers and innovation to ebooks…

  9. Apple asks U.S. Supreme Court to toss e-books antitrust decision

    Apple Inc has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an appellate court decision that found…

  10. U.S. federal puppet Denise Cote says Apple e-books antitrust monitor’s term to end

    A U.S. judge on Tuesday agreed to not extend the term of a court-appointed monitor assigned…

  11. U.S. DOJ says Apple e-books antitrust monitor no longer necessary

    The Justice Department in a letter filed late Monday in Manhattan federal court said its recommendation…

  12. Apple is its ‘own worst enemy,’ U.S. antitrust monitor Bromwich claims

    In his report, Bronwich whines that Apple has persisted in raising objections to his requests for information…

  13. Why Apple is taking the e-book case to the U.S. Supreme Court

    Antitrust law is murky mess, encrusted with ambiguities and contradictions that have grown like barnacles…

  14. Apple’s e-books case should appeal to U.S. Supreme Court’s pro-business, conservative majority

    On Tuesday, a panel of judges from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals…

  15. WSJ: U.S. Supreme Court should strike down the risible antitrust campaign against Apple

    Apple is likely to appeal to the Supreme Court, which should take the case because…

  16. Apple is headed to the Supreme Court over e-book antitrust case?

    The two competing theories of law that ran through Apple’s e-book antitrust case…

  17. Apple loses appeal in e-book price-fixing case

    A divided federal appeals court on Tuesday said Apple Inc. orchestrated a conspiracy…

  18. Court rejects Apple’s bid to rid itself of corporate monitor Bromwich

    A federal appeals court has rejected Apple Inc.’s efforts to rid itself…

  19. Court-appointed monitor Bromwich whines to U.S. Federal Puppet Cote: Apple’s cooperation has ‘sharply declined’

    Michael Bromwich complained to to U.S. Federal Puppet Denise Cote…

  20. Federal appeals court scoffs at U.S. DOJ, Federal Puppet Denise Cote, and Apple’s ‘antitrust monitor’ Bromwich

    The Justice Department’s antitrust campaign is going about as well as the Russian winter did for Napoleon

  21. Apple seeks to sack court-appointed monitor Bromwich

    U.S. Federal Puppet Denise Cote’s major abuse even by the standards of modern antitrust…

  22. Monday’s e-book antitrust appeal hearing went well for Apple

    Apple aced its e-book antitrust appeal…

  23. Appeals judge expresses doubt towards U.S. government’s e-book antitrust case against Apple

    Judge Dennis Jacobs appeared openly hostile to the government’s case…

  24. George Priest: Apple should win its e-book appeal

    n Monday Apple will ask the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York…

  25. Obama’s DOJ brings in its big guns to Apple e-book appeal

    The e-book antitrust trial that went so badly against Apple two years ago…

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