» Spain's National Library has unveiled its first interactive book, 'Don Quixote', which has been digitalized on the Internet to offer readers additional content that will help them to better understand Miguel de Cervantes' work with tapes, music and maps of the travels of the clever knight-errant and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza. Read more in Sify.com.
» Mira! Magazine publisher American Media (AMI) is moving toward Chapter 11. American Media also publishes major magazines including Shape!, and The National Enquirer. So far, roughly 80 percent of AMI’s bondholders have agreed to the terms of the financial restructuring, which revolves around a debt-for-equity swap. Once AMI secures the requisite percentage of bondholder approval it says it will file its Chapter 11 plan and expect to emerge within 60 days after filing. The reorganization should not affect American Media’s operations,” AMI chairman, president and CEO David Pecker says in a statement announcing the Chapter 11 plans. More in Folio.
» The Kansas Hispanic Business Journal is scheduled to launch on November 12, 2010, and will be focused on topics that relate to Hispanic entrepreneurs, corporate executives, professionals, business owners, small business, corporate entities, consumers and others who manage or work with Hispanic business professionals.