Amazon Struggles to Crack Publishing

Amazon Struggles to Crack Publishing

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New Amazon.com Inc. has had lots of success in book retailing. But cracking the publishing business hasn’t been as easy. Take one of Amazon’s biggest titles for fall, actress and director Penny Marshall’s memoir “My Mother Was Nuts.” In its first four weeks on sale, it has sold just 7,000 copies...
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