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Waterstones Boss Poised To Join The E-reader Battle

Posted at 2:56PM Sunday 20 May 2012

Traditional bookselling, has more life left in it than meets the eye. In the UK, one bookseller who holds this view, James Daunt of Waterstones, is a retailer for whom the glass is distinctly half full.

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