Google, Amazon and Apple less transparent than Gazprom, says report

17 November 2014

Google, Amazon, and Apple are among the least transparent multinationals in the world, worse than Russian state-owned energy companies Gazprom, and Rosneft, according to a report published today (5 November) by anti-corruption campaigners.

The US tech giants scored less than three out of a possible ten in the Transparency International ranking, which rates the 124 firms on the Forbes list of the world's largest publicly traded companies. Read more »

Booksellers raise Amazon monopoly concerns with European Commission

2 October 2014

Article by Loek Essers

Booksellers have met with European Commission officials to discuss their concerns that Amazon holds a monopoly in the online book market. Read more »

EIBF Newsflash 054

24 October 2014
  • COMMISSION JUNCKER ELECTED BY THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, NEXT STEP COUNCIL TO APPROVE

 

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THE BOOK CHARTER - READ WHAT YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT, IN WHATEVER FORMAT YOU WANT

9 October 2014

"My next read" campaign has been launched today by the European and International Booksellers Federation   http://mynextread.eu/ with the objective of raising awareness about the Book Charter that the EIBF has been working on.

Jean-Luc Treutenaere, co-President of the EIBF explains: Read more »

BOOKSELLERS ELECT THREE CO-PRESIDENTS

9 October 2014

 

EIBF co presidents
© Wiktor Dabkowski

The European and International Booksellers Federation held its statutory General Assembly at the Frankfurt Book Fair today. Read more »

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