NEW YORK - (AP) -- A federal judge in Manhattan will hear claims that Apple Inc. was involved in the fixing the price of electronic books.
The Justice Department sued Apple and other publishers last year. The five other publishers named in the lawsuit have settled. The judge has urged Apple to do the same.
The nonjury trial is scheduled to start Monday.
The government claims the computer innovator conspired with a major book publisher to force Amazon.com to raise its prices for e-books.
Lawyers for Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple say the allegations are based on "faulty assumptions and unfounded conclusions."
One person will win a three-year lease on a 2013 Honda Civic Lx Sedan automatic.
Click to see the latest mugshots, plus this week's wanted fugitives.
This feature packed upgrade brings you faster performance, easier navigation, and stunning improvements to photos, video and readability.
Latest News Stories
Now Elian Gonzalez studies engineering at a military school in Cuba and appears to be emerging as a new spokesman for the Cuban government.