Connecticut investigates Amazon’s e-book business: WSJ By Reuters

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(Reuters) – Connecticut is investigating how Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 sells and distributes digital books, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing the state attorney general. The investigation is aimed at examining whether the tech giant’s dealings with certain publishers are anti-competitive, according to the WSJ report, citing Connecticut Attorney General William Tong. (https://on.wsj.com/2XzKEGG) Amazon did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for comment.

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