Apr 11 2012, 1:50pm CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
The US is suing several companies including Apple for fixing the prices of eBooks. Bloomberg reports that Apple has not settled and denies The Justice Department's claims. According to sources Apple is arguing that the pricing agreements between them and publishers enhanced the competition in the ebook business. Basically they're aimed at competing with Amazon.
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