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Jack Reacher’s creator comes out against Amazon. Which better watch out…

II believe I’ve confessed previously to loving Lee Child’s Jack Reacher adventure-thrillers. More reason today to love them, because Lee Child has now stated that “I don’t want Amazon to be the only publisher.” Here’s the whole piece, from Publishers … Continue reading

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All of us versus Amazon

Also from Publisher’s Lunch: Douglas Preston has shown the FT a new letter being drafted on behalf of Authors United asking the Department of Justice to investigate Amazon for antitrust violations. Preston says the letter is “simply citing points of … Continue reading

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A fearsomely bad monopoly: Comcast and Time Warner

I’m sure a few other people besides Paul Krugman and me are greatly worried over the proposed Comcast-Time Warner buyout deal. Krugman put his highly educated opinion, as always, in clear language yesterday:Barons of Broadband – NYTimes.com. My opinion is … Continue reading

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