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  • Books-A-Million Investor Wants to Stop Buyout, Again

    Susan Vance is trying to halt the proposed $21 million takeover of the nation's number two chain by the Anderson family, who are the controlling share holders in the company.

  • Next Stop Harlem for Revolution Books

    Another New York City bookstore has been forced to move because of rising rent. After closing its store in Chelsea, Revolution Books plans to reopen in a slightly larger space in Harlem.

  • Bookselling Roundup, Week Ending July 31, 2015

    The long-anticipated ribbon cutting for Anderson Bookshop’s third Chicagoland store takes place this weekend as does the Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival, which has been held every other year for the past decade.

  • Record Day for 'What Pet Should I Get?' at BAM

    Following record-breaking sales for Harper Lee’s 'Go Set a Watchman' on July 14, Theodor Geisel’s 'What Pet Should I Get?' repeated that feat at the nation’s number two chain retailer two weeks later, on July 28.

  • New Trading Name of Nebraska Book

    In the wake of the sale of its retail unit to Follett in mid-June, the company's new corporate name and the name on its trading platform is now Nebraska Book Holdings, Inc.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending July 19, 2015

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • ‘Watchman’ Print King of The Digital Era

    "Go Set a Watchman" sold more print copies in its first week than any book since Dan Brown’s "The Lost Symbol," which was released in September 2009.

  • Rizzoli Gets Ready For Broadway

    More than 600 people turned out on Tuesday, July 21, for a party thrown by illustrated book publisher Rizzoli to celebrate its new flagship bookstore at 1133 Broadway in New York City.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: July 27, 2015

    Harper Lee’s "Go Set a Watchman" sets a record, and then some, for first-week sales this year. Plus we look at new books by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Ernest Cline, and others.

  • Bookselling Roundup, Week Ending July 24, 2015

    Fourteen indies opened between April and June, according to the ABA. And new stores continue to open, including Books by the Beach in New Smyrna Beach, and a second location for Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: July 20, 2015

    John Green takes two of the top 10 spots on this week’s PW Bestsellers list. Plus soccer star Alex Morgan gets a World Cup sales bump, and two thriller series have big weeks.

  • AAP Monthly StatShot, March 2015

    First-quarter e-book sales were down 2.5% and 36.6% in the adult and children’s/young adult categories, respectively, according to figures in AAP’s StatShot program.

  • Despite Mixed Reviews, 'Watchman' Breaks Sales Records

    "Go Set a Watchman" may have met a cool reception from some critics, but readers have made it the hot book of the summer. Harper Lee’s second novel will likely end up being the top-selling book for 2015.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending July 12, 2015

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • Bookselling Roundup, Week Ending July 17, 2015

    The Rizzoli Bookstore will reopen July 27 in New York City, and Books. Inc. puts the finishing touches on its grand opening of its new Berkeley store this weekend. New stores opened in Fresno and in New Richmond, Ohio.

  • Historic Day One Sales for 'Watchman'

    Barnes & Noble and Book-A-Million have both pronounced that 'Go Set a Watchman' had the largest first day sale of any adult fiction book in the history of both retailers.

  • Four Questions for Paul X. McCarthy

    The creator of the Bookstore Mind Share' index for comparing stores talks about the creation of his list of the world's top 40 bookstores.

  • Bookstore Sales Rose $7 Million in May

    Bookstore sales rose by just less than 1% in May compared to May 2014, according to preliminary estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

  • 'Watchman' Anticipation, in Photos

    From midnight release parties, to film screenings, to daylong read-a-thons, check out our photos of how bookstores around the country rang in the biggest publishing event of the year.

  • Authors, Booksellers & Agents Call for DoJ to Investigate Amazon

    Days before Amazon celebrates its 20th anniversary, Authors United is asking authors to sign a letter to the DoJ for an investigation of Amazon, and ABA submitted a similar request on Monday.

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