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Polar winds

2 Nov 2021 By Jennifer Saba

The claim that a $2.2 bln merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster will squeeze author pay and put fewer books on shelves is a twist on the usual antitrust plot. Deal watchdogs typically focus on prices instead. It looks like the prologue to a bigger anti-merger opus.

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