Thursday August 27, 2015
An Australian woman who helped publish "Fifty Shades of Grey" has been ordered by a judge to set aside $10m for a Texas woman a jury said was defrauded out of her share of the royalty rights.
Thursday June 11, 2015
The European Commission opened a formal competition investigation into Amazon's e-book business today.
Thursday May 07, 2015
A survey by children's charity Barnardos has found that just a quarter of young people have access to tablets and ebooks in schools.
Thursday April 23, 2015
A woman who is on trial for assisting a suicide told gardaí she was not present when her friend took a lethal dose of medication, but another woman was there.
Friday March 06, 2015
US online retail giant Amazon has set up shop on the business-to-consumer platform of Alibaba as it seeks a greater presence in the massive Chinese market.
Wednesday February 18, 2015
The Irish Times' new paywall is a calculated risk, writes Niall Kitson
Thursday January 29, 2015
Ulster Bank is believed to be speeding up the sale of the lender's remaining Irish loans as the UK parent decides to cut its losses and wind up its toxic loans unit early.
Thursday November 13, 2014
Publisher Hachette and online retailing giant Amazon said they have reached a deal to end their acrimonious feud over online book sales.
Tuesday October 14, 2014
UK inflation fell to a five-year low of 1.2% in September as the supermarket price war and lower petrol prices kept a lid on the rise in the cost of living.
Monday August 18, 2014
Over 1,000 German authors have signed a petition protesting against the methods used by online retailer Amazon in its e-book price battle with Scandinavian publishing house Bonnier.