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Price Watch: E-Books on the Rise

With the emergence of Apple’s iPad, Amazon has taken another look at their pricing structure for their own device, the Kindle. Amazon was paying $12 to $13 per digital book and selling it at the $9.99 price point. They were obviously looking to capture most of the e-book device market share but we could not [...]
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