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Apple Might Have to Pay Out $450 Million Over E-Book Claims

17
Jul
2014

Apple, which was accused of conspiring with five publishing houses to fix prices for electronic books, has agreed to pay $450 million to settle claims made by consumers and states.  The settlement provides $400 million to consumers. The appeal is pending with a New York federal court in regards to a ruling last year when Apple was found liable for violating antitrust laws by colluding with book publishers to stifle competition.  If the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York reverses the liability finding from last year, the settlement would be reduced.

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