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E-Reader Sales Slack as Paper Books Reclaim Market Share

Have an e-reader collecting dust on a shelf somewhere? You’re not alone. Recent data from the Publisher’s Association indicate a major market trend back toward treeware, as ebook and e-reader sales continue to slump.

It’s not clear whether the enduring popularity of tablets might be responsible for some of

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