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The Washington Post's Plans with Jeff Bezos' Amazon Kindle - Posted October 7, 2014
ICYMI - The Washington Post is using owner Jeff Bezos' Amazon product the Kindle to aid in the newspaper's needed growth. On Monday, Bloomberg Businessweek's Brad Stone... [FishbowlDC]

3 Predictions for How Facebook's Paper Will Impact Social TV - Posted February 19, 2014
Two weeks ago Facebook launched Paper, its latest and biggest splash in the standalone mobile app space. Many major tech sites hyped the launch and The Verge went as far as to title its piece on the app, "... [Lost Remote]

Mark Zuckerberg Loosening Facebook's Real-Name Policy For Its Separate Mobile Apps - Posted January 31, 2014
Facebook's formation of Facebook Creative Labs, the initiative behind its newly announced ... [AllFacebook]

What's on Jeff Bezos' Reading List? - Posted January 2, 2014
In his book about Amazon, The Everything Store, author Brad Stone includes an appendix of books that are on Jeff Bezos' reading list. Outlier All... [GalleyCat]

Jeff Bezos' Wife Gives One-Star Amazon Review to New Book on Her Husband - Posted November 6, 2013
MacKenzie Bezos, the wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, gave a terrible one-star review to Brad Stone... [GalleyCat]

Brad Stone Responds to MacKenzie Bezos: Can an Amazon Review Double as Damage Control? - Posted November 5, 2013
Today in Shoot That Messenger Dead news: nobody likes unflattering articles written about their companies--much less unflattering books. As many hacks and flacks now know, Jeff Bezos' wife MacKenzie wrote ... [PRNewser]

The 'Devastating Rebukes' of Jeff Bezos - Posted October 10, 2013
Bloomberg Businessweek published an excerpt from The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon, Brad Stone... [GalleyCat]

Business Book of the Year Award Shortlist - Posted September 20, 2013
Need a good business book? The Financial Times and Goldman Sachs revealed the shortlist for the annual Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award. We've embedded free samples of some of the books below... The winner will receive a 30,000 (abou... [GalleyCat]

Barnes & Noble Stores Will Not Stock Books Published By Amazon - Posted January 31, 2012
Barnes & Noble has decided not to stock books published by Amazon in their physical stores, keeping the new publisher out of the country's largest network of brick and mortar bookstores. Bloomberg Businessweek senior reporter Brad Stone called it "... [semanticweb.com]

Barnes & Noble Stores Will Not Stock Books Published By Amazon - Posted January 31, 2012
Barnes & Noble has decided not to stock books published by Amazon in their physical stores, keeping the new publisher out of the country's largest network of brick and mortar bookstores. Bloomberg Businessweek senior reporter Brad Stone called it "... [GalleyCat]

New York Times Loses eBook Reporter Brad Stone - Posted July 15, 2010
Brad Stone, the New York Times technology reporter who covered the digital book beat, is leaving the paper. He will join Business Week, the financial magazine purchased by Bloomberg. He tweeted the news today: "After a ... [GalleyCat]

The Next, Still Pessimistic Chapter for E-Books - Posted September 6, 2007
The New York Times' Brad Stone doesn't really add much more about the next generation e-book readers like Amazon Kindle and the Sony Reader, but since people reading the NYT aren't necessarily reading GalleyCat (or tech-related websites and blogs, for that matter... [GalleyCat]

Morning Reading List, 04.10.07 - Posted April 9, 2007
Good morning Washington. New York Times' Brad Stone reports, "The conversational free-for-all on the Internet known as the blogosphere can be a prickly and unpleasant place. Now, a few high-profile figures in high-tech are proposing a blogger code of conduct ... [FishbowlDC]

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