This 1632 copy of Shakespeare’s Second Folio actually sold for less than was estimated. Good deal?
William Lynch has resigned as CEO of Barnes & Noble effective immediately, the company announced late Monday.
And the hits just keep on coming.
Clearly, the bookshops that will survive are the ones that are a pleasure to be in, where some expert knowledge is offered, and not the ones that just treat books as another commodity.
Not sure it is clear that these kinds of shops will survive, but it seems they would at least have the best chance.
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