The Wall Street Journal will no longer publish weekly book bestseller lists.
The paper will not renew its contract with Circana BookScan, which powered the listings, according to Publishers Weekly.
The final listings to run – including six fiction and nonfiction lists, and a hardcover business list – appeared in last weekend’s edition, PW continues. Adult and children’s titles were combined on the same lists.
The fiction and nonfiction listings were divided into hardcover, e-book, and combined lists, according to PW.