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Kindle Champ Takes On The Books Trade

Posted at 6:12AM Monday 18 Aug 2014

Why are some of the world's most widely read authors now at daggers drawn with Amazon? The answer lies in Jeff Bezos's chief lieutenant, now the most powerful man in publishing

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