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Apple Not Likely to Be a Loser in the E-Book Legal Fight

If Apple loses the legal case filed against it and book publishers on Wednesday over e-book pricing, will it be deeply wounded in its growing rivalry with Amazon? Not likely, analysts say. If e-book prices plummet as a result of the lawsuit - one possible outcome - chances are the financial impact on Apple will be small.
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