Restructuring charges result in loss for chains in '93

Milliot, Jim
July 1994
Publishers Weekly;7/4/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 27, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the financial performance of four of the largest bookstore chains in the United States in 1993. Borders-Walden; Barnes & Noble; Crown Books; Books-A-Million; Reason for total operating loss despite sales of $3.1 billion; Restructuring charges and extraordinary items an indication of evolution of bookselling into big business.


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