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Microsoft Invests In Barnes And Noble's Nook E-books

Posted at 2:52PM Monday 30 Apr 2012

Microsoft has invested $300m (£185m) in a digital venture with US bookseller Barnes and Noble.

The deal could make Barnes and Noble's Nook e-book reader available to millions of new customers, integrating it with the Microsoft's new Windows 8 operating system.

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