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Amazon Woos Dispute-stung Hachette Scribes With 100% Royalties

Posted at 8:23AM Wednesday 09 Jul 2014

Amazon is proposing that Hachette authors receive 100 percent of the sale of each of their ebooks during the companies' ongoing negotiations. But the letter it sent this week may largely be a PR move.

theregister.co.uk

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nytimes.com

Amazon shows authors how much it cares about them by offering a condescending publicity stunt (MobyLives)




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