The Litigious Dawn of the Consumer E-book Era
After a Year of Historic Challenges, the Texas Library Association Looks to the Future
TLA 2021 Program Highlights: Celebrate Differences, Empower Voices
Bracing for Another E-book Price-Fixing Case
PW Notable: Steve Potash
PW’s 2020 Person of the Year: The Book Business Worker
Librarians Will Miss BookExpo
The Frankfurt Book Fair Finds a New Normal
What’s Next for Audible Captions?
Frankfurt Book Fair Gets Back to Business
ALA 2019: PW Talks to ALA Washington Office Director Kathi Kromer
ALA 2019: Reynolds, Sotomayor Headline ALA 2019 Annual Conference
BookExpo 2019: Where Publishers and Librarians Find Their Happy Place
The GSU E-reserves Case Lumbers On
This Year's London Book Fair Wraps
TLA 2019: The Power of Advocacy
London Book Fair 2019: Four Questions for...Chad Post
London Book Fair 2019: What’s Next For BISG?
London Book Fair 2019: Four Questions for...Richard Charkin
London Book Fair 2019: Keeping the Momentum Going
ALA Rebounds in Seattle
Tapping the Power of Influencers
Stability Reigns at Frankfurt
Frankfurt Book Fair 2018 Preview
Can You Believe It?: PW Talks with Donald Barclay
Librarians Question Tor’s E-book Embargo
BookExpo 2018: Like a Candy Store For Librarians
The London Book Fair Carries On
London Briefcase 2018: Keeping Calm And Carrying On
Spring 2018 Announcements: Politics & Current Events
At Frankfurt, A Sense of Stability in an Unstable World
Fall 2017 Announcements: Politics & Current Events
BookExpo 2017: Welcome to the Library
Librarians Take Capitol Hill
Copyright Reform Is Never Happening
London Book Fair 2017: Publishers Keep Calm and Carry On
London Book Fair 2017 Preview
For Librarians, 2017 Is Off to a Rough Start
The Pallante Era Begins at AAP
PW Notables of the Year: Carla Hayden
ALA Midwinter 2017 Preview
'The Political Equivalent of Enriched Uranium': PW Talks with Chris Hayes
Spring 2017 Announcements: Politics & Current Events
Everything Is Speeding Up. Time to Slow Down: PW Talks with Thomas L. Friedman
The Big Deal at the Frankfurt Book Fair: Free Speech
Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 Preview
Fall 2016 Adult Announcements: Politics & Current Events
ALA 2016: Michael Eric Dyson, Margaret Atwood Highlight ALA Author Appearances
ALA 2016: Librarians Say Patrons Are Mostly Satisfied with E-Book Service
Doing Well by Doing Good
Human Rights Watcher: PW Talks with Former Random House President Robert Bernstein
Google Case Ends, but Copyright Fight Goes On
BEA 2016: Chicago is a Library Town
A Busy International Book Fair Season
London Digital 2016: Embracing Change
London Digital 2016: Publishing Is a Digital Business
London Digital 2016: What’s Ahead for Digital Publishing?
TLA 2016: Four Questions for ALA President-Elect Julie Todaro
TLA 2016: Program Highlights
TLA 2016: Deep in the Heart of Texas
PLA 2016: Librarians on the Hill
The 2016 Public Library Association Conference Preview
What the Conclusion of the Apple Pricing-Fixing Case Means for Publishers and Consumers
Attendance Up at ALA Midwinter 2016
The Next Big Step for E-Books in Libraries
What Does 2016 Hold for Digital Publishing?
DOJ Urges Supreme Court to Deny Apple’s E-book Appeal
Spring 2016 Announcements: Politics & Current Events: Debatable
PW Notables Of the Year: Chris Jackson
ALA Midwinter 2016 Spotlight
PW's Top 10 Library Stories of 2015
At the New Zola Books, Focus Is On Tech
Check It Out with Andrew Richard Albanese: How the Google Books Case Could Change Fair Use On Campus
How German Publishers Deal With Amazon
Frankfurt Book Fair 2015: Lots of Deals Amid a Sluggish Global Economy
Frankfurt Book Fair 2015: A New Era Begins
Frankfurt Book Fair 2015: Four Questions for BISG Executive Director Mark Kuyper
Check It Out with Andrew Richard Albanese: How To Make the Orphan Works Problem Worse
Frankfurt’s Next Act
After Oyster, What's Next for E-book Subscriptions?
Clock Ticks on Apple’s Supreme Court Bid
Reference Books 2015: Counting the Days
Reference Books 2015: Balancing Act
Is This the Greatest Book Award Acceptance Speech Ever?
Court Denies Class Action in Author Solutions Case
Could the Nomination of the Next Librarian of Congress Spark a Political Battle?
Apple Loses E-book Appeal—Now What?
ALA 2015: A Blockbuster San Francisco Conference
ALA 2015: On E-books, Libraries Pushing For Options
Fall 2015 Announcements: Politics & Current Events: The Campaign Begins
ALA Questions Bid for Independent Copyright Office
ALA Annual Conference Kicks Off In San Francisco
ALA 2015: Summer of Love
The Battle to Save the New York Public Library
J.D. Salinger Lawyers Fire Back in Copyright Battle
BEA 2015: Hoopla Signs More ‘Big Five’ Deals
BEA 2015: For E-books in Libraries, Obstacles Remain

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