Our August Blog o’ Blogs is full of questions: How should e-books be priced? Can competition help revive the Russian economy? Does the FTC have too much time on its hands? Can antitrust deal constructively with publicity, privacy, and innovation issues? Is antitrust the new prohibition weapon against beer and consumption? And, finally, Randy Picker answers perhaps the most vital question: Should we have cupcakes every afternoon?
Enjoy the rest of the summer—and if you mislay this email, visit the commentary section at the CPI Website where we keep the monthly collections in the From the Editor section.
Through keen negotiating, the publishers have forced Amazon to (a) pay them less per book and (b) sell fewer of their books. Not something you see everyday.
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