Saturday, November 22, 2014


Amazon Leases Space in NYC: Amazon has agreed to a 17-year lease on 470,000 square feet in an office building across the street from the Empire State Building.

R.A. Montgomery Dies at 78: Montgomery published the first Choose Your Own Adventure book in 1975, then spent decades working in the innovate fiction style.

Phil Klay's Subway Salon: On Thursday morning, Alexandra Alter from the 'New York Times' saw a man on the F train from Brooklyn to Manhattan reading Colum McCann’s National Book Award-winning novel, 'Let the Great World Spin.' She wasn’t the only one who noticed.

HBO to Adapt 'Long Gray Line': 'Sons Of Anarchy' executive producers Art and John Linson have secured rights to Pulitzer Price winner Rick Atkinson’s bestseller 'The Long Gray Line: The American Journey Of West Point’s Class Of 1966.'

Ex-Amazon Worker Plans Hunger Strike: A former Amazon product manager who says he was fired for voicing concerns about a software glitch is planning to starve himself in front of the CEO’s office to raise awareness about the treatment of Amazon employees.

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