Can Barnes & Noble Balance Physical and Online Sales Without Killing Itself?

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Can Barnes & Noble Balance Physical and Online Sales Without Killing Itself?
In what has long been a nightmare scenario for booksellers, the physical bookstore is becoming a showroom for the online shopper. After casually browsing the tomes in comfort, people will use their smartphone or tablet to buy their choices online at a much lower price. While most booksellers can do little more than fume, Barnes & Noble is not just meeting the threat head on, it's embracing the change.

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