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Sainsbury's Buys Publishers' Stakes In Anobii

Posted at 3:00PM Wednesday 06 Aug 2014

Sainsbury's purchased the HarperCollins and Penguin Random House stakes in aNobii to become sole owner of the e-book platform. The Bookseller reported that the company, which bought a 64% stake in aNobii from the HMV Company in 2012, has now acquired PRH's 24% stake and HarperCollins' 12% share

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