Barnes & Noble Tries To Win Over Borders Customers

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Bookseller Barnes & Noble is trying to win over customers of its defunct rival, Borders Group Inc., after buying a list of their names in bankruptcy court.
Barnes & Noble CEO William Lynch says in a letter posted on the company's website that it bought a list of Borders' customers, including a list of their DVD purchases. It has also bought Borders brand trademarks.
Customers can prevent Barnes & Noble from receiving their data by visiting before Oct. 29 and opting out.
The New York company says the sale was approved in federal bankruptcy court on Sept. 26.
Ann Arbor-based Borders closed its final store in September. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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