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|Monday, June 28, 2010|
Despite tough times for independent booksellers, Powell's Books is poised for a new era when Emily Powell takes over as president in mid-July.
Powell, 31, is the daughter of current President Michael Powell, who bought the iconic Portland bookstore from his father in 1981.
Read more at the Portland Business Journal.
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