ArtsBeat: ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Finally Becoming an E-Book

Harper Lee has agreed to let “To Kill a Mockingbird,” one of only a few classics currently available only in print, to be published as an e-book in July.

DealBook: Court Rejects Apple Appeal in E-Book Case

Apple appealed the placement of a monitor to ensure compliance with federal antitrust laws.


After Prize, Novel Gets 2nd Chance in the U.S.

The book “Where the Moon Isn’t” went by “The Shock of the Fall” in Britain, and its publisher is reintroducing it under the second title after it won an award.


Barnes & Noble Reports Profit, but Sales Decline 8%

Sales were hurt by the Nook division, where revenue fell 32 percent, to $109 million.


An Offer From Amazon to Its Most Bitter Rivals

The giant retailer announced a program to pay independent bookstores to sell its e-books and popular reading devices.


Start-Up to Offer Didion E-Books

Beginning Monday, alone will sell the e-book of “Slouching Towards Bethlehem” as well as other digital books by Joan Didion.


Barnes & Noble to Release New Version of the Nook

The new device comes as the bookseller, the nation’s largest bookstore chain, continues to face questions about its long-term viability.


HarperCollins Joins Scribd in E-Book Subscription Plan

The deal will make the publishers’ backlist books available to monthly subscribers in a Netflix-style service.


Judge Sets Restrictions for Apple on E-Books

Apple will face restrictions in its agreements with publishers, but not the extensive government oversight sought by the Justice Department.


Green Eggs and E-Books? Thank You, Sam-I-Am

Dr. Seuss’s “Cat in the Hat,” “Green Eggs and Ham,” “There’s a Wocket in My Pocket!” and “The Lorax” will soon be downloadable, with more of his books to follow.


Bits Blog: U.S. Proposes Solutions for Apple’s E-Book Price-Fixing

After the United States government won an antitrust suit against Apple, it now wants to discipline Apple in other markets where it does business, like movies and music.


The Media Equation: Why Barnes & Noble Is Good for Amazon

Having a bookstore in your neighborhood, as opposed to one that is bookmarked on your browser, is an invitation.


E-Book Ruling Gives Amazon an Advantage

A federal judge’s antitrust finding against Apple over e-book prices underscores how much the book industry has changed and bolsters the advantage held by the online retailer.


Fallout From Apple’s Loss on E-Books

A judge in federal court Wednesday held that the company had violated antitrust law in helping set the retail price of electronic books, and said a trial for damages would follow.


Fork in the Road for Barnes & Noble

The nation’s only major bookstore chain has no clear path forward, reviving fears among publishers, authors and agents about its future.


Chief Leaves Barnes & Noble After Losses on E-Readers

A new chief was named to lead the struggling Nook division, but the C.E.O.’s post will remain vacant for the time being.


Apple Executive Defends Pricing in Case on E-Books

Eddy Cue, a senior vice president at Apple, denied the government’s charges that the company was working with e-book publishers to raise prices.


Apple Negotiator Defends Tactics in E-Book Trial

Eddy Cue, a senior vice president for Apple, denied that the company colluded with publishers to fix e-book prices.


Publishers Tell of Disputes With Apple on E-Book Prices

The Justice Department has claimed that the publishers used Apple as a conduit to communicate with each other; Apple lawyers have sought to portray the conversations as normal business proceedings.


U.S. Cites Phone Calls in Apple Pricing Case

The government presented evidence that executives of big book publishing companies discussed raising e-book prices at Apple’s behest before the introduction of the iPad.