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Should Amazon have bought Borders.com?

On September 26, 2011 the federal bankruptcy court approved the sale of Borders’ brand trademarks, domain names, and customer lists to Barnes & Noble for approximately $14 million, sold through an action involving 50 rounds of bidding. 32 more words

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Why didn't Amazon buy Borders.com?

On September 26, 2011 the federal bankruptcy court approved the sale of  Borders’ brand trademarks, domain names, and customer lists to Barnes & Noble for approximately $14 million. 197 more words

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Borders.com forwards to Barnes & Noble's website

So have you tried to buy anything from Borders.com lately? As you probably know, Borders declared bankruptcy over the summer and began liquidating their stores shortly thereafter, but their website presence remained unchanged, at least at the time. 130 more words

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Six Brands That Have Come Back From the Dead

It is not unusual for brands to disappear. It is unusual to see major brands resurrected. Scores of brands like New Coke, Circuit City, and Borders are likely to be gone forever. 973 more words

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Barnes & Noble buys Borders customer list

Another words, if you were a Borders customer, you’ve been sold!

I received an email letter from William Lynch, CEO of Barnes & Noble, informing me that my customer information was obtained by them in a sale of assets from Borders. 642 more words

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Working in Retail Should Be a Required Life Experience and Other Thoughts on the Death of My Favorite Bookstore

Brace yourselves, folks. This is a long one.

At work the other day, while I was writing paperback copy, I was distracted by a tweet linking to this… 1,845 more words

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Tuesday Links

I’ve been busy and now I’m tired, so today’s links will be few. But still great.

The Serious

1. I have a degree in sport management. 104 more words

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