Books sales are an important money-spinner for charity shops, bringing in 10 per cent of their £600 million annual turnover. Charity shop managers are worried this income stream will dry up if e-readers really start to take off. But are they right to worry? Do traditional books have a future?
David McCullough Trading director for the charity Oxfam
Professor Iain Stevenson of University College London’s Centre for Publishing
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