Amazon shares took a hit after President Donald Trump attacked the online store on social media, this time accusing it of not being on a... Read more
Waterstones has revealed its gender pay gap to be considerably less than the national average, in its report complying with new government regulations, but with... Read more
Vashti Hardy's Brightstorm (Scholastic) has been revealed as the next Independent Booksellers Children’s Book of the Season for Spring by the BA Children’s Bookselling Group. ... Read more
Booksellers Blackwell’s and W H Smith have revealed their gender pay gap data, both beating the national median average.
The Big Green Bookshop has helped raise funds to get a copy of nature anthology The Lost Words (Hamish Hamilton) into every school in Haringey.... Read more
Blackwell’s is seeing rapid revenue growth spurred on by its multi-channel strategy, with like-for-like sales up 12% to £48.3m for the year to June 2017.... Read more
Ireland would be much poorer without bookshops, which contribute a total of €132m to the economy, a new report has found.
Amazon may be forced to pay a new tax proposed by the European Commission on EU operations of digital businesses.
Foyles is to donate the profits of its sales from far-right books to charity after it was targeted by an anti-fascist campaign.... Read more
A recently opened French-English bookshop in London’s East End has launched a series of monthly events celebrating translated literature.
Booksellers Amazon, W H Smith, Waterstones and Foyles have become the subject of a Hope not hate campaign, which has accused them of listing far-right... Read more
Scottish indie bookshop The Mainstreet Trading Company has appointed Sir Michael Morpurgo and Maggie O'Farrell as 'Mainstreet Makars' as part of a year-long campaign to... Read more
Twenty automated bookstores staffed by robots are reportedly expected to open in Beijing later this year, offering a 24-hour-a-day service.
The Chancellor’s decision to bring business rates revaluations forward by a year is akin to “putting a plaster on a gunshot wound”, according to retail... Read more
Daunt Books Chelsea could be turfed out of its home on Fulham Road after plans to redevelop the building block have been approved, despite more than 140... Read more
Issue No 5781
Friday, May 25 2018
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