RosettaBooks Promises Post-Litigation List Will Include Some of Random House's Biggest Recent Best Sellers

February 2003
Book Publishing Report;2/24/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p2
Trade Publication
Discusses the electronic publishing startup project of RosettaBooks LLC (RB). Cooperation rates from authors and agents; Settlement agreement between RB and Random House (RH) over the exclusive rights of RB to publish RH titles electronically; Marketing strategy of RB for its electronic books.


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