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Will a 'Netflix for Books' Upend the Publishing Business — or Save It?

Posted at 6:45AM Wednesday 09 Apr 2014

At least three different companies are duking it out for reader eyeballs and market share: Entitle Books, Scribd and Oyster. The idea behind each is similar: You pay a flat monthly fee and can download books from their library.

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