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Why Apple’s virtual Newsstand is driving a surge in magazine, newspaper iPad app subscriptions

Poynter. – 2011-10-21

A couple weeks ago I predicted that Apple’s virtual Newsstand for iPads and iPhones would provide “a little more convenience for the user, and a little more discoverability for the publisher — but nothing here is a game-changer.” I… Read more
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Second Circuit Denies Apple's Monitor Appeal

A three-judge panel of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Apple a stay of its court-ordered external monitor. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-10

Class Plaintiffs: Apple Should Pay $840 Million in Damages

If the plaintiff number is granted, it would put the total damages in this e-book conspiracy at over $1 billion. Five publishers have already paid $166 million. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-03

Filing Schedule Set for Apple’s Damages Trial

Amid more legal maneuvering, Judge Denise Cote this week officially set a briefing schedule for Apple’s e-book damages trial. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-30

Appeals Court Issues Temporary Stay of Apple’s Monitor

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals granted Apple a temporary “administrative” stay while it reviews Judge Cote’s decision to deny Apple a stay of its external monitor. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-22

DoJ: Apple Waging 'Campaign of Character Assassination'

The parties will be in court today, with DoJ attorneys accusing Apple of blatantly obstructing the work of the court’s External Compliance Monitor, Michael Bromwich. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-13

Judge Denies Stay; Orders Apple to Cooperate with Monitor

Judge Denise Cote has denied Apple’s request for a stay of its external monitor provision, and ordered the company to cooperate fully with the external compliance monitor she appointed last fall... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-13

Apple Asks Court to Fire Its External Monitor

In a letter filed yesterday, Apple attorneys asked Judge Denise Cote to fire its external monitor, Michael Bromwich. The request comes after Bromwich filed a declaration in which he detailed... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-01-08

DoJ, States Slam Apple’s Bid for a Stay

In a strongly-worded brief, attorneys questioned Apple’s conduct, and again suggested that the company is trumping up concerns over the court’s external monitor, Michael Bromwich. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-31

Judge Denies Apple’s Bid to Extend E-book Damages Inquiry

After a flurry of year-end filings, Judge Denise Cote late last week rejected Apple’s bid to extend its deposition of plaintiff expert witness Roger Noll, whose report had pegged Apple’s total... | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-30

Apple Wants to Move E-book Damages Trial

Apple is looking to escape from New York. In a filing this week, Apple attorneys argue that Judge Denise Cote does not have jurisdiction to oversee its upcoming damages trial. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-24

Distribution: Blue Apple Signs with Consortium

New Jersey-based Blue Apple Books has chosen Perseus Books Group member Consortium for its distribution in the U.S. and Canada, effective June 1. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-24

In appeal, Apple says e-book ruling will harm consumers

Apple had no knowledge that publishers were engaged in a conspiracy in December 2009 or at any other point, the company said in its appeal against a district court ruling which found Apple and five... | PC World – 2014-02-26

Apple files appeal in e-book antitrust case

NEW YORK (AP) — Apple filed papers on Tuesday telling a federal appeals court in New York that a judge's finding it violated antitrust laws by manipulating electronic book prices "is a radical... | – 2014-02-26

Apple urges U.S. appeals court to void 'radical' e-books ruling

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc urged a U.S. appeals court to throw out a judge's "radical" finding that it violated antitrust law by manipulating electronic book prices, and blamed publishers for... | Reuters – 2014-02-26

Apple Appeal: Judge Botched E-book Case

Apple’s appeal of its price-fixing case boils down to this: Judge Denise Cote blew it. "The evidence," Apple argues, "cannot support a finding of a conspiracy." | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-27

Apple appeals in antitrust case

Apple appeals last year's anti-trust verdict, arguing that the company “had no knowledge" of a conspiracy to fix prices. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-02-28

Podcast: Apple Looking To Buy Time In E-Book Case

In a federal courtroom in Manhattan, attorneys for Apple in its e-book price-fixing case are offering up lessons in creative legal maneuvering. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-28

With E-Book Appeal, Apple Sets Its Sights on the Supreme Court

Apple's attorney, Theodore Boutrous of Gibson, Dunn, is rolling up his sleeves | Business Week – 2014-03-01

Apple: Biased Judge Should Not Decide Damages

In a summary judgment filing, Apple argues that Judge Denise Cote is biased, and should not decide Apple's damages. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-05

Plaintiffs: No 'Do-Overs' For Apple in E-book Case

Attorneys for the consumer class argue there is enough evidence to assess damages against Apple via a summary judgment. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-09

Apple: No Consent for Damages Trial in New York

In a reply brief filed late last week, Apple rejected claims that it consented to a damages trial in New York, or that its conduct represented a waiver of its right to have the trial moved. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-17

New book says Apple's best days are behind it

'Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs' author Yukari Iwatani Kane says Apple has lost its mojo since Steve Jobs died. | San Jose Mercury News – 2014-03-19

Tim Cook calls critical new Apple book 'nonsense'

Apple CEO Tim Cook has gone out of his way to call a new book, which is focused on the state of his company since the death of Steve Jobs, "nonsense."     | Los Angeles Times – 2014-03-19

Book predicting a bleak future for Apple without Steve Jobs is 'nonsense,' says Apple CEO Tim Cook

Yukari Iwantani Kane's new book 'Haunted Empire' questions the future of Apple without Steve Jobs at the helm. Cook says 'Empire' 'fails to capture Apple, Steve, or anyone else in the company.' | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-03-20

Apple’s May Trial Date in Doubt

Citing numerous pending motions, a letter to the court from the class plaintiffs acknowledges that a May trial may be a stretch. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-20

Tim Cook Denounces Gloomy New Book on Apple

Two years' work and 200 interviews have led author Yukari Iwatani Kane to this conclusion: Apple's cooked. In her new book released this week--"Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs"—she concludes... | ABC News – 2014-03-20

Apple may improve your iPhone's battery life by understanding your habits

Battery-saving software on a phone tends to have all the subtlety of a sledgehammer -- it either waits until you're low on power to do anything, or limits functionality at all times. Apple may... | Engadget – 2014-03-21

E-book rebates begin flowing to consumers after Apple antitrust ruling

Buyers of electronic books will get account credits this week from five publishers who reached settlements after states alleged they colluded with Apple to raise prices, New York's attorney general... | San Jose Mercury News – 2014-03-26

Apple, Publishers Battle New E-book Antitrust Claims

Two new suits were filed this month against Apple and the five major publishers involved in a 2010 e-book price-fixing conspiracy, raising the possibility of a new e-book antitrust battle involving... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-26

Humanoids Debuts Comics App for Apple and Android

Humanoids, the famed French comics house now based in Los Angeles, has released the Humanoids Comics app for iOS and Android. The app offers retail access to more than 60 Humanoids titles. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-27

Kobo Inks Deals with Nickelodeon, Blue Apple Books

In separate announcements, Nickelodeon Publishing and Blue Apple Books reached agreements to make their children’s titles available for sale through e-book retailer Kobo. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-28

Green Apple Named PW Bookstore of the Year

The 47-year-old San Francisco store behind California Bookstore Day is this year's winner. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-28

U.S. judge OKs class action in e-book suit against Apple

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge in New York granted class certification on Friday to a group of consumers who sued Apple Inc for conspiring with five major publishers to fix e-book prices in... | Reuters – 2014-03-29

UPDATE 1-U.S. judge OKs class action in e-book suit against Apple

(Adds details from ruling, background, paragraphs 3-12, adds byline) | Reuters – 2014-03-29

Judge approves class-action suit against Apple in e-books case

A New York judge has given the go-ahead for a group to collectively sue Apple for damages over its collusion with publishers to fix the price of electronic books.Denise Cote, a judge at the U.S.... | PC World – 2014-03-29

Apple Loses Two Key Decisions in E-book Case

The rulings are a double whammy for Apple, paving the way for the class action suits to continue, while all but knocking out Apple’s defense. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-03-28

Apple Moves For a Stay in E-book Case

Despite a string of lopsided losses in court, Apple attorneys press for a stay, noting that an appeal victory would "radically change" the legal landscape. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-04-06

I want to sleep with the sexy millennial at Apple’s Genius Bar

Annabelle Gurwitch tells Salon about lusting after young techies, middle-age Hollywood, and doing her Kegels late | – 2014-04-13

Apple antitrust compliance off to a promising start: monitor

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc has made a "promising start" to enhancing its antitrust compliance program after being found liable last year for conspiring to raise e-book prices, but more work is... | Reuters – 2014-04-15

New Schedule Set for Apple Damages Trial

It is official: Apple’s tentatively scheduled May damages trial has been moved to July. In an order filed yesterday, Judge Denise Cote set out a new schedule for the parties, culminating with a... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-04-15

Green Apple to Open Second SF Store

PW 2014 Bookstore of the Year will open its second location in 15 years and return to Ninth Avenue. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-04-15

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