New York Times takes on Amazon |  Business is turning another page in its legal battles.

The online bookseller received a letter from The New York Times May 17 ordering it
to cease its 50% discount promotion on books listed on the Times' bestseller list, said
Bill Curry, a spokesman at

"We tried to work with them and [start] a dialogue with them over their concerns, as
well as make any modifications, but [the Times] wanted nothing to do with it," Curry
said. As a result, filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Seattle May 28,
asking the court to review if the bookseller's actions were "fully acceptable and not
infringing on the Times' copyright," he said.

The Times didn't return calls by press time.

Senior editor Sharon Gaudin contributed to this report.

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