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Amazon vs. Hachette: Theories And Opinions

Posted at 7:55AM Thursday 15 May 2014

Amazon is finally starting to feel shareholder pressure to show a real profit, and is looking at cutting expenses, raising fees (such as the recent Prime price hike), and squeezing more money out of publishers to be able to do that

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