Oyster to rival Amazon in digital publishing

Oyster announced it will begin selling e-books, stepping up as a digital publishing rival to Amazon. In response, Amazon is getting support from several large publishing companies now that Oyster has dropped its subscription-based model. Oyster joins the small but growing list of e-book sellers that include Amazon, Apple, Google and Kobo. Story

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