Has Amazon (AMZN -0.1%) responded to Borders' bankruptcy and Barnes & Noble's (BKS +1.8%) struggles by paring back its book discounts? Writers and publishers talking to the NYT say that's the case, at least for "scholarly and small-press books." A trade firm surveying 18 publishers found 14 of them saying Amazon had, over the last few years, "either lowered discounts on scholarly books or, in the case of older or slow-selling titles, completely eliminated them." An Amazon spokeswoman insists the e-commerce giant is still lowering prices.
Has Amazon (AMZN -0.1%) responded to Borders' bankruptcy and Barnes & Noble's (BKS +1.8%)...
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