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  • Apple Loses E-book Appeal—Now What?

    Last week, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, by a 2–1 margin, affirmed Judge Denise Cote’s 2013 finding that Apple orchestrated a 2010 conspiracy with five major publishers to fix e-book prices.

  • Bay Area Spotlight 2015: Digital Winners In the Bay Area

    No examination of the Bay Area publishing scene would be complete without highlighting the many digital publishing and distribution startups in the area.

  • The Bestselling E-books of 2014

    John Green’s "The Fault in Our Stars" was the top-selling e-book in 2014, and three other young adult titles were in the top five.

  • Trajectory To Distribute Macmillan, MIT Press E-books in China

    Trajectory has partnered with Chinese mobile carrier Xiaomi to bring e-books into the Chinese digital book market.

  • Oyster Adds E-book Retail

    Oyster, the e-book subscription service launched in 2013, has added a retail component to its business. It is now offering more than a million e-books for sale, including titles from all of the Big Five publishers.

  • E-books Gained, Online Retailers Slipped in 2014

    E-books’ market share increased slightly in 2014 over 2013, while sales of Android devices surged and dedicated e-readers fell, according to new Nielsen survey.

  • B&N Execs Tout Promise of Retail-Digital Combination

    When the spin-off of its college division is completed later this year, Barnes & Noble plans to sell both print and digital books, B&N Inc. CEO Mike Huseby told analysts during a conference call last week to discuss third-quarter results.

  • Amazon to Publish First Titles from Kindle Scout

    Amazon opens pre-ordering for the first 10 titles coming from its crowdsourced publishing platform.

  • 'American Sniper' a Boost for Enhanced E-books

    Is the success of the enhanced e-book edition of 'American Sniper' a one-off or the harbinger of a turnaround for a generally under-performing format?

  • Morgan James Publishing Teams with Aerbook

    Morgan James Publishing, which dubs itself a house that functions on the "entrepreneurial" model, is partnering with Aerbook and the Aer.io Retail Network to offer excerpts and sales of its titles via social media.

  • Draft2Digital Inks E-book Deal with German Bookseller

    Draft2Digital is a self-published e-book platform offering about 40,000 titles and adding more than 3,000 titles a month.

  • German E-book Retailer Txtr is Bankrupt

    Txtr will continue to operate its e-book retailing operations while it restructures and seeks a buyer for its assets.

  • Kobo Takes Over Blinkbox Books

    Tesco, the U.K. retail giant and parent company of e-book retailer Blinkbox Books, has reached an agreement that will keep the digital operation in business.

  • Apple Says iBooks Store Attracts 1 Million Users a Week

    Not only has the Apple's iBooks store recently recorded 1 billion e-book downloads since its launch, the online e-book seller is also attracting a 1 million new users a week.

  • Has the Tide Turned for Apple?

    On Monday, December 15, Apple appeared before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to argue that the 2013 verdict holding it liable for fixing e-book prices should be reversed.

  • Another E-book Dip

    E-books lost a little bit of sales ground in the third quarter of 2014, according to data from the latest survey of book-buying behavior from Nielsen Books & Consumers.

  • BookShout to Offer Text-Based Retailing at SXSW 2015

    BookShout, a platform for selling and promoting print and digital titles, has been chosen to deliver content--and offer book retailing--to attendees at Austin’s SXSW festivals in 2015.

  • Apple iBooks Store: The Most Downloaded Titles of 2014

    Books by John Green and Michael Lewis were the most-downloaded paid titles in the iBooks store this year. James Patterson topped the free download list.

  • Hachette Tries Selling Books via Twitter

    The Hachette Book Group is partnering with native commerce platform Gumroad in a special promotion to sell print books by Amanda Palmer, Chris Hadfield and The Onion via Twitter beginning December 11.

  • Kobo Extends E-book Access to More E Ink Devices

    E-book retailer Kobo is teaming with screen manufacturer E Ink Holdings to offer wider access to the Kobo e-book catalog.

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