Over the weekend, Akiko Thurnauer closed the doors to Family Recipe with a celebratory meal.
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The American e-reader market oversaturated itself with locked down Kindle Fires, Nooks and Kobos (read our reviews of the Fire HDX, Kobo Aura HD, and Kobo Arc). For inexplicable reasons, major manufacturers hobbled their wares with barriers. Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble made a much-awaited moved during its recent earnings report, but what does it say about high profile tablets like Apple's iPad?
The spinoff of Nook Media ties the forlorn e-reader to a lucrative side business.
Suddenly it seems that no one wants to be in the e-reader business Barnes & Noble announced plans this week to spin off a company built around its Nook e-reader after revenues for its Nook business fell 22% versus the previous year.Show More Summary
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Barnes & Noble is reporting dismal financial performance, and Nook sales are still falling, while facing tough competition from industry juggernauts such as Apple and Amazon. Recent announcements are no game changer for investors in Barnes & Noble.
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The company announced plans to spin off its e-reader and tablet division as a separate company.
By Sean Chandler: Introduction Despite having a successful bookstore business of nearly 700 stores, Barnes & Noble (BKS) has suffered from a continuous failure in creating a successful e-reader, the Nook. After making big changes toShow More Summary
Call it amicable separation – sometimes this year or next, Barnes & Noble and Nook Media will split up, becoming two separate publicly traded companies. Barnes & Noble packaged the announcement along with their financial results for fiscal year 2014. Show More Summary
There was an incredible high from Barnes & Noble's announcement that the Nook was being spun off, but the company had a tough time overall.
Although shares of Barnes & Noble soared higher on news that the company was ridding itself of the NOOK, the fallout could be huge. Moving forward, what does the company's move mean for Amazon, Microsoft, and Pearson?
It’s splitsville for the Nook. Barnes & Noble said Wednesday it planned to spin off its money-bleeding e-book unit into a separate public company in order to boost both businesses.
Plans to spin it off as new public company next year Barnes & Noble has announced plans to spin off its floundering Nook e-book business as its revenues continue their long decline.…
By Robert Niles: The new food thing at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom? Speciality mac 'n' cheese. The Friar's Nook in Fantasyland now features three types of macaroni and cheese: Regular Macaroni & Cheese (topped with Panko) for $7.99...Show More Summary
No, Barnes & Noble will not be split into one company named Barnes and another called Noble. Instead, there will be the B&N Retail business and the Nook Media Business. B&N Retail encompasses the book store and BN.com. Nook Media …
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Barnes & Noble plans to split its retail and Nook e-reader businesses into two separate public companies by the end of the first quarter of 2015. And in a victory for privacy and data security, the U.S. Show More Summary