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Hachette writers plan to appeal directly to Amazon’s board: NYT

15
Sep
2014

(Reuters) – Writers published by Hachette Book Group and their allies are planning to appeal directly to the board of Amazon.com Inc to find a way out of the impasse over e-book prices, the New York Times reported. The writers have been at the receiving end of a dispute, which has seen Amazon delay deliveries and cut discounts on some books published by Hachette, the fourth-largest U.S. Authors United, a group of Hachette writers and their allies, is warning the Amazons board that the reputation of the retailer, and of the directors themselves, is at risk, the report said. The letter follows an ad in The New York Times last month that asked readers to email Amazons CEO Jeff Bezos and ask him to relent.

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