Book Publishers Antitrust Stephen King

Author Stephen King arrives at federal court in Washington on Tuesday before testifying for the Department of Justice as it bids to block the proposed merger of two of the world's biggest publishers, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster.

Bestselling author Stephen King testified Tuesday in a federal antitrust trial in Washington.

Tracing his own history beginning as an unknown author in the 1970s, King laid out a portrait of a publishing industry that has become increasingly concentrated over the years.

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