Monday, July 18, 2011

Borders Books to Close Their Doors

Reality set in today as retail bookseller, Borders Books, came the realization that print media, which includes the hardback book industry, is no longer a viable and growing industry, and will close its doors since no hedge fund or private investor saw fit to purchase the ailing company.

Long live the Kindle!  Until the blue-ray version of the kindle makes it obsolete as well.

The Borders Group, the bankrupt 40-year-old bookseller, said on Monday that it will move to liquidate after no last-minute savior emerged for the company.
Borders said in a press release that it will proceed with a proposal by Hilco and the Gordon Brothers Group. That liquidation plan will be presented to the federal judge overseeing the company's bankruptcy case on Thursday.


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