The publishing rights to books by Barack Obama and wife Michelle have reached the heady figure of US$60 million (nearly A$80 million).
Having bought his way to power, Clive Palmer's pockets are looking increasingly empty. And other business tidbits of the day.
Goldman Sachs, one the two bankers handling the forthcoming News Corporation split, is forecasting a sharp fall in newspaper operating earnings in the 2013 financial year.
E-book prices have soared due to an international agreement between publishers. But why are non-US customers being gouged even more?
It was fabulous to see Peter Reith emerge yesterday from whatever dark cupboard he’s been hiding in since 2001 to come out and call for a new IR reform agenda. Indeed, the whole band was back together for John Howard's book launch, says Margot Saville.
Despite the fact that she can't remember what she reads, Governor Sarah Palin has been granted a book deal from Harper Collins. Controversial, since Palin won't actually be writing the book.