The next character to join the "Iron Man" franchise will be Riri Williams, a 15-year-old genius who built a red suit of armor in her dorm room at the MIT.
The presumptive GOP presidential nominee tweeted the photo featuring a symbol on the cover similar to the Star of David to defend his previous tweet featuring the same symbol next to Hillary Clinton.
The online retailer plans to open a physical bookstore at New York City's Hudson Yards, according to a report.
HarperCollins dropped the offer after Lewandowski refused to let the publisher review a copy of his non-disclosure agreement.
Former Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, booted earlier this month, has lost a $1.2 million book deal, Politico reported, citing sources.
Barnes & Noble rose more than 10 percent on its optimistic outlook for 2017, as detailed in its 2016 year-end results.
In the run-up to June 23, a whole host of celebrities have given us their opinion on the U.K.'s EU membership. CNBC takes a look.
Lam Wing-Kee says Chinese authorities forced him to spend five months in solitary confinement.
Dolly Parton may be a successful businesswoman and global country music megastar, but the cause she’s truly passionate about supporting is the gift of literacy.
Bloomsbury CEO, Nigel Newton talks about the “Harry Potter” phenomenon and how the company has published the first illustrative edition of the series.
Bloomsbury CEO, Nigel Newton breaks down the key details from their latest earnings, and explains how the publisher is embracing the digital age.
Audible's'Clips' allows listeners the option to save and share quotes or passages from their favorite audio books.
Vince Stanzione, author of "The Millionaire Dropout" shares that he invests in out-of-favor stocks such as Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
"Matchmakers" author David Evans uses case studies to illustrate the failures and successes of disruptive tech firms such as Uber, YouTube and AirBnb.
The e-book business is thriving, despite the competition between digital, print and audible books, according to the boss of Kobo.
Michael Tamblyn, CEO of Kobo, discusses the e-book market and what the audience for e-readers are like.
Apple will have to pay $450 million as part of a settlement, after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the company's challenge to an appellate court decision that it conspired to fix e-book prices.
Sales of print and digital books are struggling, despite World Book Day. However, one area is bucking the trend: Audio books.
Italian author Umberto Eco, famous for the 1980 international blockbuster "The Name of the Rose," died on Friday, Italian media reported. He was 84.
Miriam Sontz, Powell's Books CEO, says Amazon's brick and mortar buzz is a great acknowledgment there is something special about shopping in bookstores versus online. Sontz also addresses the high cost of renting space.