The world of e-books is your oyster

Dan Gorenstein Apr 9, 2015
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The world of e-books is your oyster

Dan Gorenstein Apr 9, 2015
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Oyster, a start-up which runs a subscription service for e-books (‘the Netflix for books’) announced today it will launch an online bookstore where users can also buy e-books. The big five major publishers are backing Oyster. We look at what’s behind this move – and to what extent publishers see this as leverage against Amazon.

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