Stories Tagged as
The Internet Archive lawsuit highlights the tricky economics of e-books and libraries
Public libraries have to pay more for e-books than physical copies, while academic libraries say that journal subscription prices are rising.
Wally Lamb's new novel is like a super enhanced e-book
Lamb's new novel “I’ll Take You There” is out as a digital app by Metabook.
E-book sales are falling, but paperbacks are up
The publishing world has seen a drop in e-book sales. High prices are one reason.
Barnes & Noble move may signal a spinoff
Bookseller bought back Microsoft's stake. But it's still unclear if company might split in two.
Meet Sylvia Day: The steamy baroness of book deals
Romance novelist Sylvia Day is making millions, and she's doing it her way.
How much should e-books cost?
A judge has ruled that Apple conspired to set e-book prices. How much are consumers willing to spend on e-books?
Apple gets hit for e-book price fixing
A federal judge ruled this morning that Apple colluded with five major U.S. publishers to fix e-book prices.
Apple goes to court over alleged e-book price fixing
The Justice Department has accused Apple of colluding with publishers to fix the price of e-books.
As e-books rise, smaller book stores are still growing
As the publishing industry comes together at BookExpo America in New York, e-books are all the rage. How are smaller stores hanging on so well?