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Microsoft and Barnes create new subsidiary
Microsoft and Barnes & Noble have settled their patent dispute and are forming a new venture to focus on e-reading and the education market. On April 30, the pair announced the formation of NewCo, which will include Barnes & Noble’s digital and college businesses. NewCo will create a Nook e-reading application for Windows 8, as well. Barnes and Noble will own 82.4 percent of the new subsidiary, and Microsoft will make a $300 million investment in the still-to-be-named NewCo and hold a 17.6 stake in the company. (None of Microsoft’s employees will be moving to the new subsidiary, a spokesperson told me.)
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