Originally Posted by fjtorres
Amazon may simply be thinking that if they wait long enough, B&N will implode.
"Sometimes, the best revenge is just to outlive them."
(In other words: Amazon has the upper hand anyway. Why spend time and money--and risk government action--trying to crush a beaten foe?)
This is an excellent point. Amazon doesn't need to do a thing about B&N. Although, I'd be sad to see B&N go.