Waterstone's announces departures and arrivals

Mutter, John; Kinsella, Bridget
June 1994
Publishers Weekly;6/13/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 24, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on Waterstone's Booksellers' opening of stores at airports in Pittsburgh (Pa.), Cincinnati (Ohio) and Anchorage (Alaska). Company's plans to open additional stores in other airports; Average retail space and titles of Waterstone's airport stores; Comparison of airport stores with newsstand shops of Waterstone's parent company W.H. Smith.


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