Apple has asked that a class action lawsuit claiming the company conspired with book publishers to raise the price of ebooks be thrown out, stating that the plaintiffs' arguments didn't make sense and that "this allegation just strings together antitrust buzzwords."
PricewaterhouseCoopers analysts are predicting (again) that ebooks could soon edge out print as publishers’ most lucrative products. What does this mean? Essentially that a ebook popularity and pricing stabilizes, users will spend m... Read Post
The gist of the filing filing in the government's suit against Apple over ebooks is the same as Apple's previous comments on the case: the company denies that it conspired with book publishers to raise ebook prices in a bid to give ... Read Post
The latest class action lawsuit against Apple has been filed by law firm Hagens Berman and accuses Apple and five major publishers of conspiring to raise the price of ebooks. According to the lawsuit, Amazon’s incredibly low ebook p... Read Post