Clark Kent quits the Daily Planet in this week's 'Superman' – a move that is both a shock to fans and a blow to the field of journalism.
Goldman Sachs employee Greg Smith's 'Why I Left Goldman Sachs' drew strong response as an op-ed in The New York Times, but is garnering negative reviews as a memoir.
Pippa Middleton's writes of her struggle to understand hew new fame in her book 'Celebrate,' which will be released later this month.
'Lincoln' is loosely based on Doris Kearns Goodwin's 2005 biography 'Team of Rivals.'
'CBS This Morning' launched their new interactive book club, 'CBS This Morning Reads.'
'A Series of Unfortunate Events' author Lemony Snicket's latest book looks back on Snicket's youth.
The Man Group, which also sponsors the Man Booker Prize, has withdrawn its support from the Man Asian Literary Prize, which will be unable to go on after this year if another sponsor isn't found.
Books published by Amazon like the Penny Marshall memoir 'My Mother Was Nuts' have not seen strong sales.
A judge ruled that Warner Bros. will retain its rights to the Superman character despite the attempt of the heirs of one of the original artists to retake part of the copyrights.
Is Amazon’s ambitious hiring a sign of good things to come for the US economy?