Amazon gives in to publisher’s demands for higher E-Book prices

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Amazon (NSDQ:AMZN).com has capitulated to demands from publisher Macmillan that Amazon charge more for electronic versions of its books than the $9.99 the online retailer charges for e-books today.

The decision ends a dispute between the two companies that at one point resulted in Amazon temporarily removing all Macmillan titles from its Web site over the weekend. Macmillan's books include such best sellers as Michael Cunningham’s “The Hours” and “Wolf Hall” by Hilary Mantel.

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