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Reader's Digest Sold For £1

Posted at 12:13PM Thursday 20 Feb 2014

Reader's Digest has been sold for just £1 by Better Capital to a venture capitalist whose former TV company created Bob the Builder.

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Belgium's D'Ieteren agrees to buy 41 percent of Moleskine
uk.reuters.com

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www.smh.com.au

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All-woman Shortlist Selected For Dundee International Book Prize
www.thecourier.co.uk

The trio in contention are The Margins by Jessica Thummel, Shadow Jumping by Margaret Ries and London Clay by Amy Spencer

The First National Bookshop Day Is Coming To The Uk
www.mhpbooks.com

2,000 bookshops participating on October 8th

Academic Ebook Sales Flat, Preference For E-reference Up
lj.libraryjournal.com

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Rick Lightstone, PR director at ABC bookstore in Amsterdam passes away
www.abc.nl

Rick Lightstone, professional bookseller and ABC's public relations entrepreneur extraordinaire, passed away unexpectedly on September 23rd

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