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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘bookstores’

Barnes & Noble Announces Q3 Results, Nook Still Losing Money

With every passing quarter, Barnes & Noble continues to deliver bad news from its Nook division. What started out as a promising digital alternative to the book store’s traditional business has ended up being a joke in the face of continued innovation from competitors like Amazon. With its latest earnings report, Barnes & Noble proves yet again that it should …

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Barnes & Noble Releases Q2 2014 Financial Results, Nook Still Losing Money

Barnes & Noble has not had the best year as it attempts to reinvent its physical book store business while losing money on its ailing Nook brand. For its second quarter results, it looks like that trend is continuing with little good news to be had. Barnes & Noble reported this morning that its second quarter consolidated revenues came in …

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Barnes & Noble Founder Plans To Buy Retail Operation

Barnes & Noble looked like it was on its way back to relevancy after a number of quarters of profitability thanks to its Nook tablets. That all ended last year as the company began posting losses, and it looked like its Nook business was starting to come up short against Amazon. Now the company may be breaking apart its various …

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eBook Readers Staying Home, Forgoing Visits To The Local Bookstore

On one hand, the rapidly growing adoption of eBooks is great. I mean, anyone who has ever played with a Kindle has to be impressed by the convenience of the whole system. In only a few seconds after I decide that I want to read the new Murakami book, I can have it in my hands. Plus, anything that allows …

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