Barnes & Noble names a new CEO to steer the bookseller back to its roots as a retail chain and rethink its digital strategy post-Nook. More on that plus this morning's top headlines http://bit.ly/1HCFmhZ
Playster acquires 50,000 audiobooks for its subscription platform in a deal with Findaway, and Scribd separately buys social e-reading platform Librify. More on both those deals and how they reflect the current subscription market, plus other top headlines http://bit.ly/1HhKy8Z
As ebook developers weigh whether their field might be losing its luster, one argues publishers still have much to gain from better production skills. More on why plus this morning's leading news stories http://bit.ly/1dcmYyf
Becoming the final Big Five publisher to do so, Penguin Random House signs a new multi-year distribution agreement with Amazon, but the word is out on whether the agency model of ebook pricing applies under the new terms. More on that plus today's leading headlines http://bit.ly/1GjLrJk
Apparently unable to sustain high-volume e-reading in the romance and erotica genre, Scribd cuts a number of titles from its catalog, prompting questions about the subscription model. More on that plus today's top news stories http://bit.ly/1JxB3Vz
Disney combines two divisions in a move that positions its book publishing business to compete in a more tech- and mobile-driven market. More on that announcement plus today's top headlines http://bit.ly/1CFsC2O
With new international recognition for MathML, it's worth rethinking what role standards play in driving innovation—and not just in the STM sector. More on that plus today's top news stories http://bit.ly/1JgUiT7
Inkling founder and CEO Matt MacInnis explains why publishers face a rising threat of disruption as new technology saps the utility of the book. Here's his view on how book publishers can outlast the book itself, plus today's essential news stories http://bit.ly/1INYabp
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