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1 hr ago | Christian Science Monitor
UK bookstore chain Waterstones is under fire for a new location called Southwold Books that the managing director of the company calls a "quintessentially local" bookstore but that some Southwold residents are complaining will hurt actual local businesses.
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2 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Independent bookstores like Doylestown are hoping the months-long dispute between Amazon and Hachette, which publishes authors like Rowling and television personality Stephen Colbert, will provide them with an opportunity to grab more readers.
4 hrs ago | The Economist
Amazon entered the marketplace last week, with many describing their Kindle Unlimited service as "the Netflix of books".
With six books and countless appearances to her name, Doris Kearns Goodwin is usually not at a loss for words.
Dueling movie producers. Super agents joining the fray. A drunken driving arrest.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission , Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Federal Bureau of Investigation and New York attorney general are investigating the industry.
ECONOMIC INEQUALITY ISN'T NEW. But this spring it became trendy, especially after Pope Francis dropped the tweet heard 'round the world in April: "Inequality is the root of social evil."
Author Gillian Flynn is no stranger to the film and entertainment world. The writer of New York Film Festival opening-night film Gone Girl worked as a film journalist at Entertainment Weekly for 10 years, even as she wrote her debut novel, Sharp Objects , which came out in 2006.
The couple last appeared together on the big screen in Mr And Mrs Smith, the film where they met and fell in love.
Amazon's Kindle Unlimited users pay $9.99 per month to access as many books as they want.
Fiery late night talk show host Chelsea Handler is bringing her stand-up-show-slash-book-tour to New Zealand.
I heard a little about inequality at Netroots Nation, but there was a depressing sameness to it.
Back in 2010, and amid some of the worst economic times of Barack Obama's failed presidency, I lunched with an entrepreneur whose signage business was booming both domestically and globally.
A teenager in a suburb of Houston is the only member of her family to survive an attack.
Angry Birds creator Rovio became an overnight success, after 51 less successful games, 8 years of hard work and almost going bankrupt.
2."The Goldfinch," by Donna Tartt A young man clings to a painting years after surviving an explosion at a museum that killed his mother.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:57 am
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