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Apple to pay $400 million to settle e-book price-fixing case unless company prevails in appeal

Source: Canadian Business Online

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Apple will pay up to $400 million to compensate consumers ensnared in a plot to raise the prices of digital books unless the company overturns a court decision attesting to its pivotal role in the collusion. The terms of the settlement disclosed in a Wednesday court filing came a month after attorney suing Apple notified U.S. District Judge Denise Cote that an agreement had been reached to avert a trial. Lawsuits filed on behalf of digital book buyers had bee ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online 5 days ago, 12:55pm CDT
 

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External Link: Apple Settles with States and Customers over Ebooks

Source: TidBITS

Apple has settled with U.S. attorney generals and customers over conspiring with publishers to fix ebook prices, avoiding a trial that could have cost the company up to $840 million in claims. Meanwhile, Apple is still appealing the September 2013 ruling of U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote that placed a number of restrictions on the way Apple sells ebooks. Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published ...
Full article at: TidBITS Jun 18 2014, 7:26am CDT
 

Apple opts for an out of court settlement to avoid $800m eBook fine

Source: BetaNews

Apple has avoided an $800 million bill from a clutch of US states and other complainants by reaching an out of court settlement in a controversial price-fixing case. The settlement, the terms of which are yet to be revealed, still has to be ratified by the court and both sides involved in the deal have 30 days to submit a filing to US District Judge in Manhattan Denise Cote for it to be approved. Apple was first accused in April 2012 by the US Department of J ...
Full article at: BetaNews Jun 18 2014, 5:53am CDT
 

Apple, electronic book publishers reach settlement on damages owed in price-fixing case

Source: Canadian Business Online

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Apple and several major publishers have reached a settlement on the damages owed in a case that concluded the companies illegally conspired to drive up the prices of digital books. Terms of the settlement weren’t disclosed in a document filed late Monday. Those details will emerge in a filing due by July 16. Lawyers representing consumers across the country had been seeking up to $84 ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online Jun 17 2014, 1:50pm CDT
 

Apple Settles E-Book Price Fixing Out-Of-Court

Source: bidness etc

Apple Inc. (AAPL) has reached an out-of-court settlement in a civil action lawsuit against e-book price fixing, as per New York court filings. The iPhone maker and five e-book publishers were sued by 33 US states that claimed the company was the key player in the efforts to fix e-book prices. The trial for the lawsuit was scheduled for next month, with Apple facing charges of $840 million. Plaintiffs claim that the tech giant was overcharging consumers, with the total amount it overcha ...
Full article at: bidness etc Jun 17 2014, 9:26am CDT
 

Apple reaches settlement in e-book price fixing case

Source: Asia One

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WASHINGTON - Apple has reached an out of court settlement with plaintiffs that accused it of price-fixing on e-books, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.Apple and the plaintiffs - consumers and some US states - have reached an agreement in principle that must be approved by the US District Court in New York, said Steve Berman, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, the Journal reported.The terms of the settlement were not made public.The plaintiffs had been seeking US$840 ...
Full article at: Asia One Jun 17 2014, 4:43am CDT
 

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Apple reaches settlement in e-book price fixing case

Source: Channel News Asia

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WASHINGTON: Apple has reached an out of court settlement with plaintiffs that accused it of price-fixing on e-books, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.Apple and the plaintiffs -- consumers and some US states -- have reached an agreement in principle that must be approved by the US District Court in New York, said Steve Berman, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, the Journal reported. The Wall Street Journal reported ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia Jun 17 2014, 3:49am CDT
 

Apple has settled an $840 million ebook price-fixing claim brought by consumers and US states outsid

Source: Gizmodo

Apple has settled an $840 million ebook price-fixing claim brought by consumers and US states outside of court. The lawsuit stemmed from a previous ruling by U.S. District Judge Denise Cote who found Apple guilty of colluding with publishers to keep ebook prices high ...
Full article at: Gizmodo Jun 17 2014, 2:20am CDT
 

Judge rules that Apple conspired with major publishers to increase eBook prices

Judge rules that Apple conspired with major publishers to increase eBook prices
Manhattan District Federal Judge, Denise Cote, ruled today that Cupertino-based technology giant, Apple, conspired with major publishers to increase the prices of eBooks.
Read more Jul 11 2013, 12:19am CDT
 


 

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