Arts and Entertainment Written by Hitler in 1924, Mein Kampf contains elements of autobiography and rambling accounts of his political ideology

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

Traders on Amazon platform rebel against massive jump in fees

Amazon customers have vented their fury ahead of a planned rise in fees on the group's marketplace after Easter. The cost of selling goods such as electronic accessories and car parts on the platform is set to rise by up to 70 per cent in the UK, Germany, Spain and Italy.

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

Sellers revolt as Amazon hikes fees for traders by up to 70 per cent

It overtook eBay as the preferred marketplace for traders to use to sell their goods. But online retailers may be soon returning to eBay in droves after Amazon put up its fees for traders by as much as 70 per cent.

Blockbuster UK has been sold to investment firm Gordon Brothers EuropeBlockbuster UK has appointed the accountancy firm Deloitte as administrator

2,000 Blockbuster jobs and 264 stores saved after Gordon Brothers Europe buyout

Ailing DVD and games rental chain Blockbuster has been sold to an investment firm in a move that will save 2,000 jobs and 264 stores.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recovers Apollo engines from beneath the Atlantic

Bezos, who in 2000 founded Blue Origin, a human spaceflight startup company, led the privately funded expedition to retrieve the F-1 engines

If you ask me...I don’t want to die knowing I’d never bought an ice-cream maker

The New College of Elaborate Justifications Around Purchases is open

A Waterstone's store and Joanne Harris

For the cunning plot to lure book buyers away from Amazon, read on...

Blockbuster authors offer bonus chapters to high street bookbuyers

Kim Dotcom: File-sharing mogul and enemy of US copyright regulators Kim Dotcom has announced his new website ‘Mega’ will feature encrypted emails.

Kim Dotcom's latest website 'Mega' to offer encrypted email

Mega will offer users 50GB of space on the cloud for files of any time, as well as encrypted email for the more secretive web-browser

Now you can make sure your book climbs to the top of the bestsellers lists, for a price

Want to top the bestseller list? That’ll be £46,000, please

Want to write the next bestseller, but don’t want to have to actually come up with a book that everyone wants to buy? Then help is at hand.

The News Matrix: Tuesday 19 February 2013

Country singer Mindy found dead

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PM puts freeze on ice cream spending

Lobbyists' demands were 'copied into law by MEPs'

Sensitive personal information risks being left vulnerable to hoarding and misuse by banks, retailers and insurance companies due to three British MEPs accused of directly inserting major firms’ suggestions into EU laws, according to privacy campaigners warning of the most intense lobbying effort ever seen in the European Parliament.

Another 164 Blockbuster stores to shut

Another 164 stores at DVD and games rental firm Blockbuster are to shut, administrators for the chain announced today.

The new 7in Nook HD from Barnes & Noble

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Eddie Ray Routh is a suspect in the shooting and killing of former Navy SEAL Sniper Chris Kyle, who wrote

Man charged with shooting top US Navy sniper at gun range

Ex-soldier suspected of the murder of the Navy Seal, author of American Sniper, and another man

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