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    Senior Member L C's Avatar
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    If you're wondering where Amazon publishing will sell their books...

    [http://www.washingtonpost.com/busine...OuQ_story.html

    I guess we can look for a new chain down the road? Now they'll have to pay taxes, though. How ever will they handle that?

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    Interesting. They could sub-lease space from Barnes & Noble.

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    Or take over the Borders stores.

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    Senior Member L C's Avatar
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    Yes, they can take over Borders and sub-lease space from B/N for their literary agents, which are next, I'm sure. lol.

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    I don't see much evidence in the reports on this Amazon store that indicates they will be selling many books in this store. I highly doubt they'd expand their offerings beyond what Borders would have had in there.

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    They'll sell their own books. My guess is that eventually that will be a lot.

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