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Rich Pickings for the Small and Beautiful

Tom Chalmers | 0

It may by my father’s Communist-leaning sympathies – power to the people and all that – but I hate to see job losses and immediately imagine the stress it may cause to individuals’ families. Job losses are inevitable as companies …

Oyster Teams up With Spritz to Bring Faster Reading Experience

DBW | 0

[Press Email] Oyster and Spritz have teamed up to provide a reading experience unlike any other before. With a groundswell of excitement around the capabilities of Spritz, Oyster is thrilled to provide the first platform for the public to read …

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Riggio Reduces Stake in Barnes & Noble

DBW | 0

Barnes & Noble founder and chairman of the board Len Riggio has reduced his stake in the company to about 20% after selling 3.7 million shares of stock in the bookseller. In a statement, Riggio said that he still believes …

New Poll Finds Majority of Americans Read Ebooks

DBW | 1

The proportion of Americans who read ebooks just shifted radically, according to a new poll from Harris Interactive, a company owned by Nielsen. Some 54% of Americans currently read ebooks, according to the new poll, conducted in March 2014 among …

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Helping Associations and Society Publishers Optimize their Digital Assets

Robert Kidd | 2

This content was provided by Impelsys. The boom in e-books is undeniable. According to PWC, ...

Q and A With Newbery Winner Kirby Larson: Print or Ebook, Tell The Best Story You Can

Beth Bacon | 0

Award-winning children’s author Kirby Larson shares her views on writing, marketing, and ...

UK Digital Publishers Have Caught up to U.S.

Jeremy Greenfield | 1

I went to the London Book Fair last week expecting to find a vibrant digital publishing market, ...

Amazon Publishing: Authors Are Customers

Jeremy Greenfield | 7

When book publishers consider their customers, historically, they were stores that retailed ...
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