Borders Group Enters E-Book Market
MARY LOUISE KELLY, Host:
Steve Carmody of Michigan Radio reports.
STEVE CARMODY: As Borders struggles to sell books in retail stores, Michael Norris, a publishing trade analyst with Simba Information, says this could help.
MICHAEL NORRIS: With all of the hype and bluster about e-books, only about nine percent of the U.S. adult population bought an e-book in 2009, and there's plenty of room for expansion.
CARMODY: For NPR News, I'm Steve Carmody in Ann Arbor.
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