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Apple colluded on e-book prices, judge finds

NEW YORK (Reuters) - In a sweeping rejection of Apple Inc's strategy for selling electronic books on the Internet, a federal judge ruled that the company conspired with five major publishers to raise e-book prices. Full story

Analysis: Departure of Barnes & Noble CEO may put focus on retail

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The sudden resignation on Monday of Barnes & Noble Inc's <BKS.N> chief executive could indicate the struggling bookseller is closer to breaking up and returning to basics: bookstores. Full story

Earnings Preview: Barnes & Noble 4Q

Barnes & Noble Inc. may shed light on the future of its Nook e-book and e-reader business when it reports fourth-quarter results before the market opens on Tuesday. Analysts expect a smaller net loss on lower revenue than a year ago. Full story

Apple warns of "chilling effect" as antitrust trial ends

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc, on trial for allegedly colluding to raise the price of e-books, said on Thursday an adverse ruling would have a "chilling effect" on how businesses investigate new markets. Full story

Apple's E-Book Trial Heads Into Homestretch

   Closing arguments are expected today at a trial with the Justice Department over whether the tech giant conspired to fix e-book prices, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

'Ringleader' says Apple did not raise e-books prices

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An Apple Inc executive at the center of an antitrust lawsuit by the U.S. government said on Thursday the company "didn't care" what price publishers set for e-books. Full story

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Video

  Apple Executive Takes the Stand

The highest ranking Apple executive to take the stand will testify today at the e-books price-fixing trial, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  Inside the final days of election 2012

Glenn Thrush, co-author of the new e-book called “The End of the Line,” discusses his best-selling book that chronicles the days leading up to President Obama’s re-election.

  Inside the 34 days that decided the election

Politico’s Jonathan Martin and Glenn Thrush share details from their new e-book, “The End of the Line.”

  Delicious anecdotes from the 2012 campaign trail

Glenn Thrush talks to Alex Wagner about his new e-book "The End of the Line," which gives the inside scoop from the campaign trail with Romney and Obama staff and tells of Thai food bans, lucky ties, and campaign superstitions.

  Dissecting the final days of the campaign

Politico’s senior political reporter Jonathan Martin promotes Politico’s new e-book that explores the final weeks of the 2012 presidential campaign.

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Manager Paul Cowan displays some of the many lost e-book readers, in front of shelves of traditional print books waiting to be claimed at the Transport for London Lost Property Office
Manager Paul Cowan displays some of the many lost e-book readers, in front of shelves of traditional print books waiting to be claimed at the Transport for London Lost Property Office

Manager Paul Cowan displays some of the many lost e-book readers, in front of shelves of traditional print books waiting to be claimed at the Transport for London Lost Property Office in central London February 14, 2013. It is estimated that over 15 million items of property have been found across