Amazon accused of 'bullying' publishers while Barnes & Noble spins off e-reader business

Peter Gothard
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E-commerce giant's print-on-demand plans upset publishers

Amazon has been accused of "bullying" small and mid-sized publishing firms for failing to keep up with demand for books, while Barnes & Noble has admitted defeat on the e-reader front by spinning off its...

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