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    The P&L Sheet: Against “Curation”

    I knew the word “curate” had successfully shed its musty history—cluttered with Etruscan vases and dioramas of American bison—when I got an email from Brooks Brothers a few years back announcing that it had “carefully curated” a collection of shirts for my consideration.

  • Content / e-books

    What’s Next for the Apple Settlement?

    Five core questions about Apple's deal to settle damages in its e-book price-fixing case, including how much consumers can expect to get refunded, and when.

  • Content / e-books

    Judge on Apple Settlement: Not So Fast

    Cote's order suggests she may not be pleased with any unnecessary delay in getting settlement funds to consumers.

  • Copyright

    Conan Doyle Estate Appeals Copyright Case to Supreme Court

    The Doyle estate is hoping to overturn two lower court decisions that affirming that the character of Sherlock Homes is in the public domain, in anticipation of a full appeal.

  • Content / e-books

    Apple Could Pay Consumers $400 Million, or Nothing

    Under a proposed agreement to settle damages in its e-book price-fixing case, Apple would pay consumers $400 million if Judge Denise Cote's 2013 decision is affirmed on appeal.

  • Content / e-books

    Princeton U. Press Partners with Ingram to Digitize Backlist

    The Princeton Legacy Library will give new life to over 3,000 out-of-print titles.

  • Content / e-books

    Apple Pleads for Price-Fixing Reversal

    In its latest filing, Apple called the DoJ’s e-book price-fixing case an “incoherent attack on supposed collusion,” and urged the Second Circuit to reverse.

  • Common Core

    Cut to the Core: Stopping the Summer Slide

    As students across the country enjoy their summer vacations, parents, teachers, and librarians are putting measures in place to keep those lazy, hazy days from becoming a “summer slide,” or “summer learning loss” as it is also known.

  • Publisher News

    For Lynne Rienner, 30 Years and Counting

    The year was 1984, and things were about to get interesting for a young publishing executive at the academic Westview Press, in Colorado, named Lynne Rienner.

  • Copyright

    HarperCollins Presses Damages Case Against Open Road

    In a short reply brief filed on July 2, HarperCollins attorneys urged the court to uphold their request for an injunction and more than $1.1 million in damages and attorneys fees.

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