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More details are now public about the deal Apple reached in June to settle claims that it engaged in price-fixing in the e-book market. That settlement was approved by a federal judge on Friday. It's an unusual one, in which Apple essentially bets the outcome in its class-action lawsuit on the outcome of another case.
In 2011, Apple got sued in a class-action case, where a class of e-book buying consumers was ultimately joined by attorneys general of various states.
After searching for months to find an attorney who would take their case, House Republicans made good on their threat to sue the Obama administration Friday, filing a lawsuit challenging the president's authority to enact key parts of the Affordable Care Act.
Netflix has scooped up Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, a Tina Fey and Robert Carlock collaboration that was supposed to run on NBC — until NBC's "drama-heavy mid-season schedule" got in the way
The new comedy produced by Universal Television stars The Office and Bridesmaids alum Ellie Kemper as Kimmy, who is trying to start over in New York City after living in a doomsday cult for 15 years.
I finally got around to seeing Chef, the Jon Favreau film about a chef who (SPOILER ALERT) starts a food truck. Food trucks and Twitter go together like Korean BBQ and tacos but in this film the tweet-integration was ridiculously blatant—really, to the point of distraction. So much so that when the film came out earlier this year, tons of people were asking: Did Twitter pay for all that promotion?