Tennessee to Get $1.2 Million from E-Book Settlement

Tennessee will get $1.2 million from a settlement over e-book price fixing, according to the Nashville Business Journal. The agreement with the attorneys general for 54 states and territories was reached with three major publishers: Hachette, Harper Collins and Simon & Schuster. The publishers agreed to a total fine of $69 million. Macmillan, Penguin and Apple declined to participate in the settlement. A federal lawsuit against them is pending.