For the record, I am not happy to see them go under. I'm a big believer of competition. That's how the consumer wins, if they have choices as to where they can shop.
In mid-January, Daniel Fidler worked his final day at what was Barnes & Noble Inc. ‘s store in Chestnut Hill, Mass., putting in a few extra weeks stripping out books and bookcases after the store closed at the end of the year.
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