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Carnival and Barnes & Noble report earnings. Altria enters e-cigarette market. Dish opts not to make offer for Sprint. Men's Wearhouse fires company founder.
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The best-selling author is skipping a digital version of his new novel 'Joyland,' hoping to spur buyers to visit 'an actual bookstore.'
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