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Court appoints antitrust monitor in Apple e-book case
Court appoints antitrust monitor in Apple e-book case

A federal judge has appointed a former U.S. prosecutor as the monitor who ensures that Apple Inc. complies with a ruling from the e-book antitrust case the company lost this year. Michael Bromwich, a lawyer who previously worked in President Obama's administration, was picked over a second candidate, whose name was not released. WATCH: 5 videos to introduce new Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts Last summer, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote ruled that Apple had colluded with five U.S. publishers to fix e-book prices. Cote imposed a number of restrictions on Apple and ordered that an external monitor be appointed to keep watch over the company.  On Wednesday, Cote announced...

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