In spite of widespread complaints and government investigations regarding their pricing, e-book...
In spite of widespread complaints and government investigations regarding their pricing, e-book sales continue to soar. USA Today reports 32 of the top 50 titles on its bestseller list for Jan.2-Jan.8 saw higher e-book sales than print sales. In addition to being good news for AMZN, the high margins attached to e-book sales could make their growth a positive for publishers such as MHP. But for BKS, it's a very mixed blessing.
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