The beleaguered electronics giant deserves more credit for simply surviving. Who would have believed it could escape the retail wrecking ball of Amazon?
Their numbers are up, along with their sales, as e-book novelty wears off and human interaction becomes a top priority.
Stocks pare earlier losses as buyers move in to take advantage of perceived bargain prices.
The company shows a 22% revenue gain, but it reports a small loss for its second quarter. As always, Amazon's focus is on delivering for customers with a slim profit margin.
Physical bookstores are important to both the public and the publishing industry, and reportedly help online book sales.
The chain is now minus its CEO, and its future is a mystery that doesn't likely include a happy ending.
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