Though many expected e-book prices to plummet after the DOJ coaxed top publishers to allow...
Wednesday, December 26, 2012, 2:20 PM ETThough many expected e-book prices to plummet after the DOJ coaxed top publishers to allow Amazon (AMZN), Barnes & Noble (BKS), and others to set their own prices, the NYT observes the impact of the DOJ settlement on publishers has thus far been muted. E-book prices haven't fallen "as broadly or drastically as anticipated," and the market's overall growth has slowed down. "At any given time about a third of e-book users haven’t bought a single title in the last 12 months," says industry analyst Michael Norris.
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