Yahoo! Selects B&N.com As Top Bookselling Site After Amazon Bails

September 2000
Book Publishing Report;09/25/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on Web services provider Yahoo! Inc.'s entry into a deal with Internet book retailer Barnes&Noble.com (B&N.com) after bookseller Amazon.com decided not to renew its contract with Yahoo!. Terms of the Yahoo!-B&N.com deal; Impact of news of the deal on the share prices of the partners.


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