Publishers call for Amazon antitrust investigations

Five years after Amazon asked regulators to investigate leading publishers, the tables have turned. Now groups representing authors, booksellers and agents are asking the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate Amazon for antitrust violations. The group says that Amazon has used its dominance "in ways that we believe harm America's readers," and make it impossible for authors and the book community to make money. Story

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