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On books and blockbuster deals

Barnes & Noble signs yet another deal to expand its bookselling empire, but competitors question if the deal is a fair one.

Barnes & Noble signs yet another deal to expand its bookselling empire, this time a $600 million buyout of distributor Ingram Book Group. But competitors--especially Amazon.com, which has contracts with Ingram--question if the deal is a fair one.

Barnes & Noble deals questioned
Barnes & Noble's buyout of distributor Ingram marks its second alliance in a month, raising anticompetitive concerns.

Barnes & Noble buys Ingram Book
update Barnes & Noble plans to buy Ingram Book Group in a deal worth $600 million, its latest challenge to Amazon.com.

Booksellers enjoy verbal jousting
Barnes & Noble and rival Amazon.com step out of the bookseller battle and enter the war of words.

Amazon takes on Europe
news analysis Amazon.com attempts to establish a beachhead in a difficult market against a homegrown competitor with a big advantage.