I missed this last week, but John Paczkowski has the entire email from Jobs with the “Throw in with Apple and see if we can all make a go of this to create a real mainstream e-books market at $12.99 and $14.99” line singled out by the DOJ:
Now, this is but one piece of evidence in a much larger case. And
the DOJ does claim to have other evidence that reflects poorly on
Apple, specifically testimony that suggests it used its prowess in
the apps market to push reticent partners into signing its e-books
deal. But in this particular case, it does seem to have
cherry-picked a quote for maximum effect.