If the settlement is approved, MacMillan will no longer be able to set its own retail price for e-books.

MacMillan Agrees To Refund $20 Million Over E-Book Price-Fixing Claims

And another one bites the dust. After refusing to join in an earlier settlement with three other publishers accused of colluding with Apple to fix prices on e-books, the folks at publishing biggie MacMillan have decided to settle with the U.S. Dept. of Justice for $20 million. [More]

DOJ Agrees On E-Book Price-Fixing Settlement With Three Publishers

DOJ Agrees On E-Book Price-Fixing Settlement With Three Publishers

Only hours after filing suit against Apple and six book publishers over allegations of e-book price-fixing, the Justice Dept. said has agreed on settlement terms with three of those publishing companies — HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, and Hachette. [More]