Originally Posted by GlenBarrington
Yahoo financials reports a similar story:
Let's see, that leaves Amazon, Kobo, and to a less committed extent, Apple, and Google's minions. Have I left anyone of hardware significance out? does anyone know if Kobo has a cough?
Yahoo Financials' report is just another link to Business Insider.
Let's wait for some more details on this vagueness until we say B&N is entirely out of the picture. This could simply mean B&N intends to shut down one part of its digital presence, or slow down its release schedule. Or it could be something very well different.