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The best sales of the week by Publishers Weekly | Books and Authors

Here are the bestsellers for the week ending Saturday, September 11, compiled using data from independent bookstores and chains, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by NPD BookScan. 1. Beautiful people, where are you. Sally Rooney. FSG 2. Forgotten in death. JD Robb. Saint-Martin 3. Billy Summers. Stephen King. Scribe 4. Slow combustion. Paula Hawkins. River head 5. Batman ...

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Booksellers tackle supply chain disruptions

Supply chain disruptions are impacting the production of books in the United States. A shortage of paper combined with an increased demand for lumber makes it difficult to print bestsellers. So far, book sales have increased by 18.7% in 2021 compared to 2020. Loading Something is loading. Publishers and bookmakers are warning bookstores and readers that supply chain disruptions will ...

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Silver Eagle celebrates World Responsible Beer Day – OutSmart Magazine

September 18 is World Responsible Beer Day, and Houston’s Silver Eagle Distributors are celebrating by announcing a new campaign to reduce drinking and driving fatalities. Silver Eagle, Houston’s leading beer distributor and an Anheuser-Busch wholesaler, this week launched its Decide to Ride initiative in partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Uber. The campaign encourages people to plan ahead ...

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AMZN vs WMT: Amazon rejects monopoly fees

Amazon faces an expanded antitrust complaint from District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine, this time focused on the e-commerce giant’s dealings with wholesalers and allegations of anti-competitive acts. Racine previously sued Amazon in May, claiming the company had monopoly powers due to its pricing contracts with third-party sellers. The new record says that Amazon’s “minimum margin agreement” with owner ...

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One Page at a Time – NBC Chicago

The process of tracing every firearm used in a crime in the United States passes through a facility in West Virginia that houses millions of paper gun sales records – so many that shipping containers have been brought in to be stored for fear of the ground collapsing – this staff flip through one at a time as they track ...

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Kinshasa in battle of frozen chickens

Frozen chicken, deemed more convenient and cheaper than fresh poultry that must be killed and plucked, is extremely popular in Kinshasa where locals have become dependent on it. So much so that it is at the heart of a battle between the Congolese government, which has promised to lower the prices of basic products including frozen foods, and importers and ...

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Dishonest companies insist on payment in USD

Sunday mail Business journalist Some unscrupulous manufacturers and retailers openly insist on payments in U.S. dollars, while others set prices in Zimbabwean dollars at shockingly high exchange rates to force consumers to pay in hard currency, The Sunday Mail Business has established. Among the companies that engage in these abusive practices are large companies that obtain foreign currency from the ...

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Poor hard hit by rising prices

Rising prices for basic necessities are making people with limited incomes scream, currently trying to survive the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Townspeople complain about the way everyday items are sold at a price higher than the price set by the local government. Depending on the details, items like flour, wheat, lentils, tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, ginger, green peppers, ...

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4 reasons to avoid Robinhood

Over the past year, retail investors have flocked to mobile trading apps to go public, but Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ: HOOD) and its well-known trading app have had a rough 2021 so far. Here are four reasons why investors should avoid this recent IPO. 1. Robinhood uses a risky trading strategy to make money Options can be difficult for new investors ...

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