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Amazon snags exclusive deal for e-editions

Yahoo writes: "Updike's four "Rabbit" novels are among 20 famous works coming out for the first time in electronic form, not through Knopf or another traditional publisher, but through Odyssey Editions, founded by the literary agency of Andrew Wylie, whose clients include the estates of Updike and Saul Bellow and such living authors as Salman Rushdie and Philip Roth. The books will be sold exclusively through, the leading e-book seller.

"As the market for e-books grows, it will be important for readers to have access in e-book format to the best contemporary literature the world has to offer," Wylie said in a statement Thursday. "This publishing program is designed to address that need, and to help e-book readers build a digital library of classic contemporary literature."

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Prime Day 2023: the best Amazon automotive deals this week

We've curated the Amazon automotive accessory deals you'll find on Prime Day 2023, which takes place on July 11 and 12.

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Amazon announces new premium & entry-level Fire TVs

The new entry-level series starts at only $199.

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Amazon layoffs: The company to fire more employees from different departments

Amazon layoffs have started in markets all over the world. We previously reported that the tech giant has initiated laying off employees in different regions.

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Art10247d ago

Geez, more tech layoffs. They need to start capping salaries and any profits for the next year go to laid off employees.