Looking for a Simon & Schuster title? Barnes & Noble might not be your best bet.
March 26, 2013 | 9:49 pm
Book retailer Barnes & Noble has reportedly reduced the amount of titles it stocks by Simon & Schuster authors and lowered the number of S&S books on display as it continues to be embroiled in a debate with the publisher.
Neither the chain nor Simon & Schuster would specify exactly what is being negotiated, but sources cited by The New York Times told the newspaper that Barnes & Noble wanted more funds for displaying S&S titles in coveted spots in the store and to pay lower costs for the books themselves. The bookstore chain also wants more money for events promoting Simon & Schuster titles, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Source: Christian Science Monitor