E-Book Report Sneak Peak: Prices Slipped in 2009

February 2010
Book Publishing Report;Feb2010, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decline of prices for electronic-book (e-book) in 2009. It states that the top 10 books Amazon.com Inc. had an average price of 8.66 dollars for the first half and 7.41 dollars for the second. Moreover, despite the short list for electronic reader, it confirms the same trend for the top 10 with the same price.


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