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The company wanted to split its digital and book lines into two companies, but who'll buy into the flailing Nook business?
It appears that there were not many Nooks under Christmas trees this year. Barnes & Noble's beleaguered line of Nook tablets and e-readers had a terrible fourth quarter. On Thursday, the company…
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Photo by Espen Grønli via Domaine If there's any place worth giving up running water and electricity for, it might just be this one-room cottage on a 200-year-old Norwegian farm. Restored by Norwegian author and preservation enthusiast Else Rønnevig, the...
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Barnes & Noble has agreed to buy back Pearson’s piece of the Nook business. According to the agreement, Barnes & Noble will pay $13,750,008.59 in cash and 602,927 shares of common stock. Pearson follows Microsoft out of the Nook business. The...Show More Summary
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Though many are saying that the e-reader is on its way out, voracious readers will say that nothing compares to the e-reader when one wants to settle down with a good e-book in a quiet corner.
The move follows an exit by Microsoft from Nook earlier this month.