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eBook Pricing Deals May Violate Antitrust Laws; CT Attorney General Launches Investigation

The Huffington Post | Jessie Kunhardt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Book publishers' eBook deals with Apple and Amazon may violate competition laws, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Connecticut Attorney General...

Who Benefits From High Ebook Prices?

Michael A. Stackpole | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Michael A. Stackpole

Clearly, higher prices do not benefit consumers. And Amazon is now getting 20% less for each book sold, so it's not benefiting them. Higher ebook prices only benefit one group: Publishers.

Amazon Demands eBook Concessions From Publishers, May Remove More Buy Buttons

The New York Times | MOTOKO RICH and BRAD STONE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Amazon.com has threatened to stop directly selling the books of some publishers online unless they agree to a detailed list of concessions regarding t...

eBook Buyers Balk At Higher Prices

The New York Times | MOTOKO RICH and BRAD STONE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

In the battle over the pricing of electronic books, publishers appear to have won the first round. The price of many new releases and best sellers is ...