This article is about price fixing with apple and other companies that offer e-book reading and selling.
I thought this article was very effective at persuading. Most news articles aim to persuade us that the news they present is real, but many times there is another, underlying, message. This article did a great job at persuading that their news was true. They used fact claims very effectively. They grounded and warranted when needed. Although it was riddled with jargon, most people would be able to understand it, even if they don't know what every single word means. They used expert testimony as well as legal events to support their claims, both very effective ways to do so.
Their underlying claim/argument was that these price fixing companies were engaged in monopoly like tactics and strategies. This is hinted at all throughout the article but it is even spoken directly at one point. "Those agreements, dubbed "most-favored nation" clauses, aren't straight-out illegal under antitrust laws -- but they're also not always legal."
This is a nice article and they do a good job at persuading using logos and ethos to their advantage. Their credibility is through the roof in this article.