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Barnes & Noble buys Borders' client list

Oct 3, 2011
The closing of Borders last month left a big segment of the market open, a segment the the giant bookseller Barnes & Noble hopes to fill. As...
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Barnes & Noble reneges on TouchPad

Aug 23, 2011
Barnes & Noble was one of many outlets selling the suddenly-in-high-demand HP TouchPad (which was canceled by HP and can now be had for $99...
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Nook-Kindle war escalates

May 25, 2011
Yesterday, Barnes & Noble debuted a new version of the Nook e-reader. It weighs less than a paperback book and has a battery that will last two...
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Barnes & Noble coming out with a new e-book reader on May 24

May 5, 2011
That headline pretty much sums up the whole story because that's all we know. Man, I shouldn't have probably used up all my material in the...
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Blockbuster and Borders -- two of a kind

Jan 18, 2011
Blockbuster and Borders appear to be stuck in the same boat - one that's sinking, anyway. Blockbuster Inc. is bankrupt because it couldn't keep ...
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E-reader race has two horses. One horse is faster.

Dec 1, 2010
According to a new survey of 2800 holiday shoppers, the e-reader race comes down to iPad and Kindle. Nobody else matters. Nook doesn't matter. Kobo...
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Amazon loves Kindles, hates quantifying

Oct 26, 2010
Amazon.com is hoping to take a little of the shine off today's expected announcement of Barnes & Noble's Nook Color. Amazon says that they sold...
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Amazon gets patent for dual screen display reader

Jul 7, 2010
And Barnes & Noble does not. This could have big implications in the rapidly escalating dedicated book reading device skirmish between the two...
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