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Joshua A.T. Fairfield’s ‘Owned’ examines the ‘feudal system’ of digital property rights

Fairfield, a professor of law at Washington and Lee University, argues that there is

Barnes & Noble sales fall 6.6%, lower costs cuts into losses in first quarter ’18 earnings report

Just last week Barnes & Noble Education, Inc., which was spun off of Barnes

Regnery Publishing unhappy with The New York Times ‘bestseller’ list, claims bias

The publisher claims the NYT favors books by liberal authors, so will no longer


Time Inc. adds UK portfolio to those targeted for sale, says Q3 revenue will come in soft

The UK division, once known as IPC, was acquired in 1998, and currently accounts

The magazine industry finds itself fighting on unfamiliar terrain, best suited to their rivals

Fall 2017 will see a number of magazine companies soon sell out and stop

State of Vermont looking to sell or find publishing partner for its tourist magazine Vermont Life

The state is looking for a publishing partner willing to either purchase, partner, or


The Village Voice publishes its final print edition, ending a nearly 62 year run in print

The iconic New York weekly newspaper goes out with a 176-page commemorative issue which

Trinity Mirror to make weeklies of the Gloucestershire Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo

The change will become effective on October 12, with five positions said to be

Postmedia partners with Rogers’ magazine titles to launch monthly section ‘Life by Design’

The new section will debut in the regional newspapers on Sept. 8, and in


Condé Nast names Alison Moore Chief Business Officer of the Women’s Collection

Most recently, Moore served as chief revenue officer of SoundCloud, responsible for the company’s

Gwen Flamberg named VP Beauty & Style for AMI Celebrity Group, and Executive Editor, Beauty & Style for Us Weekly

Prior to her new role at AMI, Flamberg held roles at Ladies’ Home Journal,

Heidi Karlsson joins marketing agency Xperience as Managing Director, Client Relations

Karlsson has held senior positions in corporate and agency environments, working with Fortune 500


Traverse City publisher looks to localize ticket sales for fellow publishers with launch of GeoTix

The software-as-a-service solution assists publishers establish their own ticket sales business, assisting local events

Google’s huge investment in hardware: $1.1B deal to acquire HTC employees announced

HTC engineers were already working on Google’s Pixel phones, so the deal is a

Apple launches iOS 11 with redesigned App Store, deals a final blow to digital edition apps

Already gone was the App Store inside iTunes, now Apple has eliminated the subcategories