Books-a-Million & Indigo Bookstores Will Not Stock Books Published by Amazon
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Amazon is embracing book publishing more and more these days, but they’ll have to be the ones to sell their books. Books-a-Million and Indigo Books have joined Barnes & Noble in deciding not to stock books published by Amazon in their brick and mort ...

Another Chain Says It Won't Carry Amazon Books, But Does It Matter?
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Canadian bookselling chain Indigo Books & Music is joining Barnes & Noble ( NYSE: BKS ) and Books-A-Million in their refusal to carry any Amazon ( NSDQ: AMZN ) Publishing titles in their stores. But what does this boycott really mean? ...

Amazon Stores Might Invade Your Neighborhood [Amazon.com]
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# amazoncom If you think Apple is a vertical corporate monolith, wait until you get a load of Amazon's reported plans: The e-tailer turned tablet maker turned publisher is said to be planning a physical store in Seattle with an eye toward building a ...

Amazon Is Planning To Open A Boutique Retail Store In Seattle (AMZN, BKS)
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Amazon is planning to open its first retail location some time in the next few months, Good E-Reader reports . The store, which will be more of a boutique, will sell Amazon-created products like Kindles and Amazon Exclusives, their in-house publishi ...

Help Give Away One Million Books
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Want to help give away one million books? On April 23rd, UK and US readers will join the second annual World Book Night –sharing one million free books with other people. Follow this link to participate as a book giver. Booksellers and librarians ca ...

Vietnamese Youth Seek Out Banned Books
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The Communist regime in Vietnam continues to ban books, but according to an AP report in The Washington Post , that isn’t stopping young people from finding copies of books they want to read. Whether it’s from Amazon, illegal downloading or shopping ...


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