Apple calls judge's ruling that it conspired with publishers to fix e-book prices "a radical departure from modern antitrust law and policy."
Joaquin Almunia says he stands behind an antitrust agreement with the search giant despite criticism from rival businesses.
The company agrees to display competing services in the same manner it displays results for its own services.
Judge rejects Apple's argument that states lack standing in the case, which seeks as much as $840 million in damages.
Michael Bromwich says that Apple has become more responsive to his inquiries regarding its e-book price-fixing case, but he'd like to have time with the company's senior leadership.
A federal appeals court has granted a temporary stay until a three-judge panel can examine Apple's motion.
Tech giant claims court-appointed monitor has demonstrated a personal bias against the company.
An attorney appointed to monitor Apple's behavior following an e-book antitrust ruling says the company is obstructing his investigation.
The tech giant and its court-appointed antitrust monitor are having a hard time seeing eye to eye. Apple is objecting to the lawyer's "excessive fees" and "inappropriate manner."
The country's National Development and Reform Commission is so far keeping the details of its investigation confidential.