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Versions of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto have been cropping up in numerous politics, philosophy and history bestsellers charts online

Amazon AutoRip service

Amazon gives UK customers free MP3 download of any CD bought from retailer since 1999 via AutoRip

Customers who have bought an album from Amazon will be able to download an MP3 file of the record for free.

Square Market, an online marketplace aimed at getting businesses of all stripes selling online.

Twitter creator launches online marketplace to challenge eBay & Etsy

Square Market will be targeted at small and local businesses in the US

A poster adorns the security barrier of the protester encampment outside The Grove hotel, which is hosting the annual Bilderberg conference near Watford

A Watford welcome for the Bilderberg group - the world’s most powerful club

Conspiracy theorists vow to ‘expose’ a meeting of the west’s uber-elite who will decide global policy

Lawrence Buterman claims that the e-book price hike was encouraged by the late Steve Jobs

E-book price-fixing trial: Apple accused conspiring with major publishers MacMillan, Simons & Schuster, Hachette, HarperCollins and Penguin

Apple conspired with major publishers to drive up the price of e-books in a scheme that cost consumers hundreds of millions of dollars, a New York court has heard.

Lessons learned at the end of my second year

Armed with no more than a bagel and a cold nose, Eleanor Doughty reflects on the meaning of two years at university

I might be a student, but all I really want is to be old

Not for her, the endless late nights and equally endless hangovers, says Eleanor Doughty. No, what makes her really happy is an expensive vacuum cleaner...

Third-party traders on Amazon are not happy at the new seller fees

The great tax charade: Amazon plays the system while businesses like ours suffer

Clearly, Amazon do their business here. So they should pay tax here too

Amazon staff in Germany stage strike over pay

German workers at the online retailer Amazon staged a one-day walkout yesterday as a dispute with unions over pay and benefits escalated.

Dan Brown's Inferno: Dante-inspired book set for release day bonanza

Enter the Inferno: Dan Brown's 'worst book yet' tops bestseller lists on its first day

Bestselling writer Dan Brown unleashed his latest page turner today as eager fans made Inferno an instant chart-topper.

10 things no student should ever waste money on

Somehow, it’s already the middle of 2013. We’ve survived apocalypse scares, generated celebrities who are more influential than politicians, and grown into adulthood without everything we’ve forgotten about Egyptian pharaohs from primary school being a hindrance to everyday life.

In praise of books - proper books

You'll never get an e-book reader with the authentic smell of the library, says Eleanor Doughty

Author E L James is looking to adapt her best-selling erotic novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, for the big screen

Fifty Shades of success for British publishing as e-readers spark 2012 sales boom

Ebooks are not killing the publishing industry as feared by analysts. Quite the opposite, in fact, according to the latest sales figures which show the publishing industry in Britain is booming.

Kindle launch fires up Amazon rise

The launch of a big-screen version of the Kindle Fire e-reader in the UK helped Amazon’s total revenues rise 22% to $16.1 billion (£10.5 billion) in the first three months of the year.

Amazon is ‘destroying’ publishing industry

Online giant Amazon is harming the books industry and threatens to “destroy” competition, the head of Britain’s booksellers has warned.

'Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead' closer to number one spot as it reaches top five following Margaret Thatcher's death

Lady Thatcher’s death could propel The Wizard Of Oz track "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead to the top of the charts.

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