E-book industry makes slow but steady progress.
E-books - electronic books - continue to sell in increasing numbers despite several major publishers closing down their e-book divisions.
AOL Time Warner and Random House have closed down their e-book divisions, leading industry speculators to sound the death knell of electronic publishing. However that has not been the case as publishers Simon & Schuster, St. Martin's Press and HarperCollins, amongst others, reported at least a 10% growth in e-book sales over the last year.
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|Publication:||M2 Best Books|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2002|
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