If publishers hope to grow ebook sales, they must find ways to innovate in actionable, tangible ways that will increase sales, argues Sol Rosenberg.
Claiming they were being pushed to resign due to unfair personal evaluations, four employees at Amazon Japan have unionized.
Amazon is holding a poetry contest that offers $5,000 in prize money along with a contract with Little A, Amazon Publishing’s literary imprint.
Tolino, an alliance of German booksellers and counterpart to Amazon, welcomes two new booksellers, Mayersche and Osiander, and strengthens its position.
As Amazon invests $10 million its translation project, Susan Bernofsky ask if Amazon is turning translation into a ‘glorified form of self-publishing.’
Hachette’s famous ebook pricing dispute with Amazon may be over but its shadow stretched over yesterday’s CEO panel at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair.
A late arrival and a poor mix of products and pricing means Amazon has ceded ground in India to bookselling startups like Flipkart and Infinibeam.
According to reports in The Bookseller, many Waterstones bookstores have removed the Amazon Kindle from their shelves because of poor sales of the device.
After snapping up most of Murakami’s latest book to thwart Amazon, Kinokuniya bookstore chain plans to try monopolizing more titles.
The number of bookstores in Sweden is declining, but those still in business are now getting out of the red, benefitting from poor online competition.