Sunday, February 13, 2011

Borders headed for bankruptcy filing

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  1. itz a shame tht bookstores have to close because of e-readers . but goodthing is trees will be saved.

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  2. oh man, this is no good :/. there is too much corruption in nearly every business...

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  3. thanks for sharing...i used to invest in borders many years ago...i stopped following the stock..man one of my favorite place to go was borders...i am quite sad to see it go. I guess that is the trend

    http://skybluetrading.blogspot.com/

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  4. no money in books anymore, ill tell you that

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  5. I normally liked borders just under B&N in my book.

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  6. I purchased a Kindle. I am buying all my books online now. No need for a borders anymore. Thanks Amazon.com.

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  7. That sucks! I always liked borders so much better than b&n. I'm srsly disappointed.

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  8. Damn that sucks for all those people working for Borders. Hopefully, they'll be able to get back on their feet.

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  9. Yeah. Good thing some banks are "too big to fail".

    /sarcasm

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  10. I guess that's the nature of the capitalist beast.

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  11. Been a while since I've been to their stores.

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  12. it was about time!!! my locals store are always empty

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