Tech Shakeout May Mean The End Of Low, Low Prices For Publishers Experimenting With Ebooks

Holt, Karen Jenkins
October 2001
Book Publishing Report;10/29/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 43, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the existence of financial crisis among electronic publishing companies, Reciprocal Co. and NetLibrary Inc. in the United States. Changes in the unofficial ground rules of electronic publishing; Impact of the closure of NetLibrary on the industry; Plans of Microsoft to purchase Reciprocal.


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