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  • Apple Loses Bid to Toss States’ E-Book Antitrust Claims

    Apple Inc.’s request to dismiss claims by 33 states and territories for damages over the company’s fixing of electronic book prices was denied by a federal judge in Manhattan.

  • Apple Monitor Says Contentious Relationship Improved

    Apple Inc.’s court-appointed electronics books monitor Michael Bromwich said a “contentious” relationship between him and the company has recently improved with antitrust compliance efforts now underway at the iPhone maker.

  • Apple E-Book Consumer Lawsuit Can Proceed as Group Case

    Apple Inc. lost its bid to block consumers in 23 states and territories from suing as a group over e-book price fixing as they and state attorneys general seek as much as $840 million in damages.

  • Pandora Rate for Ascap License Set by Judge at 1.85%

    Pandora Media Inc., the biggest Internet radio service, must pay 1.85 percent of revenue to a group that represents songwriters and music publishers for licensing works from 2011 to 2015, a federal judge said in rejecting the company’s request for a lower rate.

  • E-Book Buyers to Get $166 Million Antitrust Payout

    Electronic book buyers in the U.S. will begin receiving payments this week from $166 million in price-fixing settlements with five of the largest publishing companies, the New York attorney general’s office said.

  • Supreme Court Doesn't Help Madoff Trustee: Bankruptcy

    The Bernard Madoff trustee, who will try to reinstate hundreds of lawsuits through an appeal to be argued March 5 in Manhattan, had his chances of success dealt a blow last week when the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case involving R. Allen Stanford’s Ponzi scheme.

  • Pandora Judge Seals Decision in Ascap License Rate Fight

    The license rate Pandora Media Inc. must pay to use songs registered with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers for 2011 to 2015 was decided by a federal judge -- who sealed the order from public view to give the parties advance notice of her decision.

  • GE Sued by Investor for Touting Stock During Crisis

    General Electric Co. was sued by an investor claiming its officers and directors made misleading statements to the public while touting the company’s stock during the financial crisis.

  • Apple Loses Bid to Delay E-Books Antitrust Monitor

    Apple Inc., which faces as much as $840 million in state and consumer antitrust claims stemming from an electronic books lawsuit, lost its bid to halt oversight by a court-appointed compliance monitor.

  • Apple Faces $840 Million E-Books Claim, Fights Monitor

    Apple Inc. faces as much as $840 million in state and consumer antitrust claims related to electronic-book deals with publishers as it continues to oppose a court-ordered monitor in a related U.S. government case.

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