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Off the books

11 April 2012 By Reynolds Holding

U.S. trustbusters say Apple and e-book producers conspired to raise download prices. But the model they came up with makes sense even without collusion. It gives publishers a better chance of survival. And if readers pay a bit more, at least it means books will keep coming.

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