|In terms of capitalization value, it's almost this bad for B&N.|
The Christian Science Monitor has all the details on its website:
“These exclusives have prohibited us from offering certain eBooks to our customers. Their actions have undermined the industry as a whole and have prevented millions of customers from having access to content,” Carey continued.
“It’s clear to us that Amazon has proven they would not be a good publishing partner to Barnes & Noble as they continue to pull content off the market for their own self interest.”[...]
Barnes & Noble said it will continue to make Amazon titles available on its website. But thanks to the traditional book retailer’s latest move, Amazon may struggle to get its books into anything but a virtual marketplace.Read the article. You might be surprised by which company is publishing the Amazon print books and which authors have already signed exclusive agreements with the company.
And the beat goes on...