“One of the world’s largest private libraries of Holocaust documents has resolved part of its lawsuit seeking payment for stolen historical documents, reaching an undisclosed settlement with New York-based bookseller Dan Wyman after alleging he knew at least nine documents he bought from a library intern had been stolen. The Mazal Holocaust Library filed suit against Wyman in 2011 along with former intern Mansal Denton, 21, accused of stealing thousands of priceless documents from the library and selling them online. The library’s 74-year-old founder, Harry Mazal, died eight months after Denton was charged with second-degree felony theft.”
“The Justice Department could reach a settlement in the next few weeks with Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and some of the major publishers suspected of colluding to push up electronic book prices, according to two people close to the negotiations. While negotiations are still fluid, the settlement is expected to eliminate Apple’s so-called “most favored nation” status, which had prevented the publishers from selling lower-priced e-books through rival retailers such as Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) or Barnes & Noble Inc (BKS.N), the people said.