Borders to liquefy? Follett for sale? Amazon to go Aussie? All rumors. The real news includes new iRiver e-reader for Google and Kobo auf Deutsch.
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Bookstores need to get creative with selling e-books if they want to stop customers abandoning them for Apple and Amazon.
By Roger Tagholm LONDON: A shadow hangs over the aisles this year and if it’s not made up of volcanic ash this time, the consequences […]
E-book sales accounted for just 1% of the UK book market in 2010, but are expected to boom in 2011 — growth that might be […]
By Philip Downer In this exclusive essay for Publishing Perspectives, Philip Downer, the former CEO of Borders UK, discusses whether Borders’ management really is to […]
Thousands of out-of-work booksellers, indebted publishers, smaller mid-list print-runs, fewer book reviews . . . the long-term repercussions of Borders’ bankruptcy are unpleasant to contemplate. […]
By Edward Nawotka It always seems like drama surrounds the big digital publishing conferences. In January 2010, attendees at the first annual Digital Book World […]
By Hannah Johnson The Borders Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday and will receive $505 million in Debtor-in Possession (DIP) financing. According to […]
Editorial by Edward Nawotka For a long time Barnes & Noble, the United States’ largest bookstore chain, was the bully of bookselling. B&N was the […]