Dropping ‘booksellers’ would free B&N to explore new business avenues and opportunities without shame or insincerity–and would likely boost the stock price.
Rongu seraa, the Japanese equivalent of bestselling backlist, means the odds are heavily stacked against new foreign bestsellers finding readers in Japan.
Feel free to install it on the web browsers of those colleagues who are too smug about how much money they save shopping at Amazon.
Bookstores that cater to a specific audience, rather than the mainstream, may have the best chance at survival.
Considering the state of the European economy, should the Spaniards, Italians and Germans reserve their e-book purchases for indigenous companies?
A new online service from R.J. Julia Booksellers promises to match readers with their ideal books and keep them coming back for more.
A makeshift lending library has opened at the Occupy London protest outside St. Paul’s Cathedral. Several authors have donated work to show support.
Style blogger Julia Leach of Chance offers her thoughts on what bookstores to visit on a lazy Saturday afternoon on either coast.
US-based Hudson Group and Sweden’s Pocket Shop are two airport and transit bookstore brands expanding despite the growing popularity of e-books.
Paradoxically, while e-readers seem purpose built for travel, airport bookstores continue to thrive, in part because of high foot traffic and bored travelers.