Apple to Pay $450 Million to Consumers After Losing E-Book Appeal
Apple will pay out $450 million to customers as it loses e-book appeal.
Apple Offers Discount on Hachette Pre-Orders As Amazon Dispute Continues
Apple offers discount on Hachette ebooks in the iBookstore.
Apple’s ‘iOS Human Interface Guidelines’ Now Available in the iBookstore
Apple has made available its iOS Human Interface Guidelines available in the iBookstore.
Apple Wins Temporary Relief from eBooks Monitor
A US Court of Appeals granted Apple a temporary relief from ebooks monitor.
Apple Adds Gifting Option to iBookstore
Prompted by the holiday season, Apple added gifting option to the iBookstore.
Ebook Case Injunction Dismisses Most-Favoured Nation Clauses in Contracts
Judge Denise Cote said Apple could not enter into agreements with five major U.S. publishers that would impede its ability to reduce e-book retail prices or offer price discounts.
DoJ Accuses Publishers and Apple Again of Conspiring
The US DoJ accuses Apple and the five publishers involved in the price fixing case of conspiring again.
Apple Might Have To Pay More than $166 million in eBook Conspiracy Case
Apple could pay as much as triple the damages paid by the publishers in ebook conspiracy case.
Apple Violated Antitrust Law in eBook Case, US Judge Rules [u]
Apple was found guilty in violating the antitrust law in e-book price fixing
Steve Jobs Initially Dismissed the iBookstore Idea
When Eddy Cue approached Steve Jobs back in 2009 with the idea of launching an eBook store on the iPad, Jobs dismissed the suggestion.
Antitrust Case Brings Eddy Cue to Manhattan Court Today
Apple's master negotiator Eddy Cue will take the stand today to defend Apple's position in ebooks price price fixing case.
Judge’s “Tentative View” is Against Apple in E-Book Case
In an unexpected turn of events, the US Judge who will oversee a trial on e-book price fixing shared a tentative view, that is against Apple.