To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The Global The electronic publishing market is expected to reach $ 48.90 billion by 2027, according to a new report from Reports and Data. The global electronic publishing market is growing primarily as readers and authors of books, newspapers and magazines haveRead More →

A non-governmental organization, Sea Care Foundation, distributed 50,000 notebooks and 15,000 pens to public and private schools in five local government areas in Kogi State. This effort was to complement the Kogi State Government’s effort to improve basic education in the state. Speaking during the official report of the distributionRead More →

“Building Provincetown: A Guide to Its Social and Cultural History, Told Through Its Architecture,” by David W. Dunlap (Provincetown Arts Press, 2021) This is a new color edition of Dunlap’s in-depth and fascinating look at Provincetown. The book includes prose, images from dozens of local photographers, maps, and hundreds ofRead More →

The Lenawee Community Foundation is celebrating! This month marks the delivery of the 200,000th children’s book donated since the inception in January 2010 of the Lenawee Imagination Library. At the foundation, we are delighted to announce that the Lenawee Imagination Library program reaches over 1,600 Lenawee children each year andRead More →

Publication displays: 145 Why you shouldn’t ignore 1,000 daily profits. Investors have been exposed to see-saw results in their investments since the global financial crisis of 2008. Central banks around the world have used aggressive monetary policies to stabilize failing economies, and their actions have had a significant impact onRead More →

Ben Mezrich’s anti-social network “Historically, anger-fueled revolutions tend to move in the same direction,” writes Ben Mezrich. “At some point, once the pillars start to shake, the walls inevitably fall. In the latest book by the bestselling business author, The anti-social network, The Revolutionaries are a disparate group of investorsRead More →

“Apples Never Fall”, by Liane Moriarty (Holt, September 14) This new thriller, from the author of “Big Little Lies” and “Nine Perfect Strangers”, follows the Delaney’s, a family led by two aging tennis stars. Stan and Joy have sold their famous tennis academy and hope to relax – until JoyRead More →

US stocks fell on Monday but finished well above session lows as investors analyzed the potential impact of a faltering real estate developer in China and traders positioned ahead of a two-day meeting from Federal Reserve policy makers which begins Tuesday. How did the stocks trade? The Dow Jones IndustrialRead More →

Here’s a bundle of new ecommerce books for your fall reading list. There are titles on Branding, Social Media Marketing, Personalized Customer Experience, Entrepreneurship, and the Post-Pandemic Workplace. I have compiled this list using Amazon. In Amazon’s “Books” category, I selected “Business & Money”. From there, I chose the “ProcessRead More →

Yes Bank, Dish TV’s largest shareholder with a 25.63% stake, suspects that all is not kosher on the company’s books, CNBC-TV18 learned from speaking to bank officials. The battle for control of the board of directors of Dish TV, the country’s second-largest satellite TV service provider, may not be overRead More →

Record numbers of people are borrowing e-books and e-audiobooks from Wyndham Council libraries as closures and pandemic restrictions lead many residents to spend more time at home. In fiscal year 2020-21, Wyndham Libraries loaned 58,398 eBooks, an increase of 46% from the prior year. An additional 53,707 eAudio books wereRead More →