Bookstore Buyers Rose Slightly Over Summer

October 2011
Book Publishing Report;Oct2011, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the condition of bookstore buyers in the U.S. It notes that for the past four seasons, bookstores remained the most popular channel by which a consumer buys a book. An insight from Barnes and Noble Inc. chief executive officer (CEO) William Lynch on the possible profit of the company between 150 to 200 million dollars in sales following the collapse of Borders Group Inc. is also presented.


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