"The $69 million deal to settle charges that publishers conspired to fix prices of electronic books could mean that digital volumes sold by Amazon.com and other online retailers will become much less costly for consumers.Settlement may mean lower e-book prices - Business - The Boston Globe
The settlement sets the stage for retailers, rather than publishers, to determine prices for many e-books, and for the cost to consumers to drop as much as 30 percent."
Friday, August 31, 2012
Settlement may mean lower e-book prices - Business - The Boston Globe
Undo(book publisher pricing collusion)