B&N buys into on-demand trend with investment in iUniverse

November 1999
Book Publishing Report;11/08/99, Vol. 24 Issue 44, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on Barnes & Noble's purchase of a 49 percent stake in iUniverse.com. Position of the Barnes & Noble in the emerging industry of on-demand publishing; Increase of the exposure of the authors who list their books on the iUniverse.com Web site.


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