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News Corp. eyeing HarperCollins merger with Simon & Schuster?

That's the claim in a new report, which says News Corp. would like to have more leverage in negotiations with booksellers.

By November 21, 2012

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WSJ: Apple in tablet talks with HarperCollins

Report offers some of the best evidence yet that the much-anticipated Apple tablet should be an e-book reader, along with who knows what else.

By January 18, 2010

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HarperCollins offering excerpts for iPhone

Book publisher launches new site so Apple iPhone users can browse books.

By August 15, 2007

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HarperCollins, MySpace to solicit teen writing

In the fall, the social network plans to build and launch a new "create and share" writing tool in partnership with the book publisher.

By July 18, 2007

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Oyster, the 'Netflix for books,' has finally arrived on Android

The popular e-book subscription service is now available on just about every device.

By June 17, 2014

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Publishers' worst nightmare: Amazon again on discount warpath

Amazon back to discounting e-books from HarperCollins following publisher's accord with DOJ settling collusion allegations.

By September 10, 2012

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Kindle Unlimited: Good for customers, not so good for authors?

The terms of service for Amazon's new e-book subscription offering mean uncertainty for self-published Kindle authors, whose work is automatically rolled into the program.

By July 19, 2014

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Oyster all-you-can-read e-book service extends to browsers

The monthly subscription service that lets you read an unlimited number of e-books is now available on any desktop or mobile browser.

By July 24, 2014

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Scribd launches digital book subscription service

The company is the latest to enter the digital book subscription arena with an $8.99 monthly fee and HarperCollins as its first major content partner.

By October 1, 2013

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Google's Niantic follows Ingress with Endgame

What do three novels, 15 e-book novellas, a stack of YouTube videos, and a geolocation augmented reality game have in common? They're all part of Endgame, the next game from Niantic Labs.

By January 15, 2014