Amazon In Talks To Launch Digital Book Library: Wsj

Amazon in talks to launch digital book library: WSJ

Amazon.com Inc is in talks with book publishers about launching a media library service similar to Netflix Inc for tablets and other digital books, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

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