Apple Gets Its E-Book Antitrust Monitor

A federal judge taps former federal prosecutor Michael Bromwich to keep an eye on Apple’s antitrust compliance.

Apple Says DOJ’s E-Book Remedies Are Biased in Amazon’s Favor

“Plaintiffs are seeking a remedy that would give Amazon significant competitive advantage over Apple — an advantage it is neither entitled to nor deserves.”

Apple Slams Feds’ Proposed E-Book Remedies as a “Draconian and Punitive Intrusion”

Apple says the DOJ’s proposed remedies in its ebook price-fixing case are unwarranted, overreaching and at times unconstitutional.

DOJ Calls for Apple to End Book Deals, Link to Rival Bookstores

The Department of Justice and 33 state attorneys general on Friday called for an array of sanctions that they claim will “reset competition to the conditions that existed before the conspiracy.”

Apple E-Books Ruling Won’t Do Much for Consumers

“I wouldn’t expect to see a dramatic effect on consumer prices as a result of this ruling.”


Why Is Apple Still Wrangling Over E-Books?

A question hangs over Apple Inc.’s e-books trial: Why is Apple fighting the U.S. Department of Justice when the book publishers the agency also sued chose to settle?

Apple: It’s Time to Close the Book on DOJ’s E-Book Case

“All of the government’s evidence is ambiguous at best,” says Apple.

The Apple iBooks Origin Story

In the beginning, Steve Jobs wasn’t even interested.

Apple Unveils iPad Textbook Plan