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Looking beyond Amazon

You all know how much I enjoy Amazon… as a company, as an innovator, the whole package.  I enjoy them and what they’ve done – and it’s not all related to publishing.    While Amazon is the biggest kid on … Continue reading

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B&N… a gain with a loss

I posted about B&N a couple weeks ago here http://jimthewriterb.wordpress.com/2011/08/19/bn-receives-204-million-investment/ It was big news about this investment and in reality, it shows the value of ebooks and what the future will hold. B&N posted their first quarter earnings today.  The … Continue reading

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Follow up on B&N post…

Last week I talked about the investment from Liberty Media for B&N.  Since that time the stock has dropped and dropped.  When I took the snapshot below, it was down hovering at $10 per share.  Today’s market has it pulling … Continue reading

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B&N receives $204 million investment

Interesting news on the bookstore and ereader front today. B&N (Barnes & Noble) received an investment from Liberty Funding.  The amount comes to around $204 million (which of course is done through stock at a determined price, etc).  Last year … Continue reading

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