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Will E-book Sales Spike In First Quarter?

Posted at 8:37AM Tuesday 07 Feb 2012

Despite the flattening of the e-book sales growth curve in 2011, there is no going back to the way things were for publishers, said Mike Shatzkin at the Digital Book World Conference in New York.

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