David Levin, McGraw-Hill Education CEO, discusses McGraw-Hill's plans to usher in a new era of digital education. We are seeing an opportunity to improve outcomes with technology, says Levin.
Time reported a 1.6 percent fall in quarterly revenue, hurt by a fall in subscription revenue and newsstand sales.
Gannett agreed to purchase 73 percent of auto-sales site Cars.com for $1.8 billion, Bloomberg reported, citing sources with knowledge of the matter.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura won $1.8 million in his two-year fight to prove he was defamed by a military sniper and best-selling author.
Amazon's first sale was a book purchased by a computer scientist. Now printed books account for under 10 percent of its revenue.
Amazon debuted Kindle Unlimited, allowing customers to access more than 600,000 Kindle books and thousands of audiobooks for $9.99 a month.
The New York Times hinted a deal between Amazon and Hachette is coming soon. CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North American CEO, share their opinions.
Richard Mellon Scaife, the grand-nephew of Andrew Mellon, has died.
What Amazon is trying to do is delete the copyright law, says Bob Kohn, eMusic.com founder, sharing his concerns about Amazon's "predatory" pricing practices among publishers and other media venues. They are trying to do it with Warner Brothers on the DVD side, says Kohn.
CNBC's David Faber talks with author James Patterson about Amazon's aggressive tactics.
David Garrity, GVA Research, discusses Amazon's controversial battle with publishing giant Hachette. And Garrity shares his outlook on Amazon's growth prospects including food delivery and drones.
Ben Mezrich, "Bringing Down the Mouse" author, shares his thoughts on Amazon's growing influence on the publishing industry.
Ben Mezrich, "Bringing Down the Mouse" author, shares his thoughts on whether regulators should get involved in the dispute between Amazon and publishers. Also Mezrich weighs in on the Supreme Court's decision on Aereo. Content has to be protected, says Mezrich.
In CNBC's upcoming documentary "Amazon Rising," David Faber takes a look at Amazon's powerful and controversial role in the publishing industry.
Apple reached an out-of-court settlement with U.S. states and others in an e-book price-fixing class action lawsuit.
Amazon, embroiled in a standoff with a book publisher, is using the same hardball techniques with new movies from Warner Home Video.
The magazine publisher faces a shifting market with debts to pay as it begins trading Monday as an independent company.
Time Inc., the magazine company that is home to People, Sports Illustrated, and Time, will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.
Time Warner Inc. is spinning off its magazine division into a stock called Time Inc. Betting against it is a risky move.
A new comic book says it "takes a look at the man behind the headlines, searching for what might have motivated him."