Here is a round up of some of the coverage from today on the Supreme Court’s rejection of the Apple books appeal:
Supreme Court summary decision (PDF)
Supreme Court rejects Apple’s appeal (Publishers Weekly)
Apple rejected by US High Court in $450 million e-book case (Bloomberg)
Supreme Court will not hear Apple antitrust appeal – lower court decision stands (Teleread)
Apple is On the Hook for the $450m Settlement after Supreme Court Rejects Apple’s eBook Conspiracy Appeal (The Digital Reader)
Apple loses e-books price-fixing appeal in U.S. Supreme Court (Techcrunch)
Over the next few days, there will be a lot of discussion about lessons learned, what happens from here and when consumers will see credits from their ebook retailers. Apple’s damages are over double the damages paid by the Big 5 publishers and released back in 2014, so it should be interesting.
I, for one, am glad that it’s over. How about you?