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Inkling Gives Up On Selling Digital Textbooks To Students

Posted at 8:35AM Wednesday 07 May 2014

With inklingthe failure of Kno and the closure of Coursesmart, the consumer focused digital textbook market has been showing every sign of fizzling, and now Inkling is throwing in the towel. This 5-year-old digital textbook startup has fired 25% of its staff yesterday as it continues to shift its focus from selling to students to getting paid by publishers.

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