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Simon & Schuster Embraces E-book Subscriptions

Posted at 7:44AM Thursday 22 May 2014

Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday that some of its titles are now available on Oyster and Scribd, two of the leading e-book subscription services. The move makes Simon & Schuster the second of the Big 5 publishers to experiment with the relatively new e-book subscription market.

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