Ongoing Report: What Exactly is Amazon's Infl uence?

May 2011
Book Publishing Report;May2011, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p1
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The article focuses on the analysis of the performance of e-commerce company Amazon.com Inc. in the publishing industry, which is based on the data from Experian Simmons. It says that Amazon is experiencing a greater share in the e-book segment, in which 17% of 50.2 million Amazon.com users have accessed e-book formats. It also mentions that at least one book of any format have been purchased by 75% of the Amazon.com buyers.


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