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Walmart, Barnes & Noble Take Advantage Of Amazon-Hachette Fight With Big Book Discounts

Posted at 7:20AM Tuesday 03 Jun 2014

Walmart and Barnes & Noble are taking advantage of Amazon's contract dispute with the Hachette Book Group.

While Hachette and Amazon are currently locked in a stalemate over pricing and profit margins for e-books, Walmart is offering big discounts on books written by authors like James Patterson, David Baldacci and Robert Galbraith, all of whom publish with Hachette.

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