Owners of Kindles (NASDAQ:AMZN) might receive refunds of between 30 cents and $1.32 for each e-book they bought between April 2010 and May 2012 if a court okays a legal settlement this coming February with publishers in regards to alleged price fixing. The publishers, News Corporation’s (NASDAQ:NWS) HarperCollins, CBS Corporation’s (NYSE:CBS) Simon & Schuster and Lagardere’s Hachette, would have to pay for the refunds.
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The debut of a 13-inch MacBook Pro with a retina display will be an attraction at Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad Mini event, says a “consistently reliable source” at a top American retailer to 9to5 Mac. It is said that the notebook will appear in 2 models and will be thinner and lighter than the 15-inch retina MacBook Pro that was released earlier in 2012.
Shares of the high-end server flash memory subsystems provider Fusion-io (NYSE:FIO) tumble after Jim Cramer advises to not use merger or acquisition hopes to justify buying the stocks. The company is set to report after the close on October 24th.
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