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Borders Group CEO Has Resigned - Posted January 26, 2010
Borders Group CEO Ron Marshall has left the company for another opportunity. On Jan. 18, Marshall had said the company was "disappointed" in holiday sales. The Detro... [GalleyCat]

No Plans for Digital Reader at Borders - Posted December 18, 2009
Today Borders (BGP) CEO Ron Marshall rejected the idea of building a reading device like his competitors at Barnes & Noble (BKS) and (AMZN). Here is his quote, via ... [GalleyCat]

1Q Sales Fall 12 Percent at Borders Group, Inc. - Posted May 27, 2009
Borders Group, Inc. announced first quarter results yesterday, noting that total consolidated Q1 sales had dropped to $641.5 million--a 12.1 percent decrease compared to last year. At the same time, the company reduced its debt by nearly 45 percent at the end of the quarter, leaving the bookseller's total debt at $325.9... [GalleyCat]

Borders Clarifies about Waldenbooks Closures - Posted April 3, 2009
In a conference call with investors yesterday, Borders CEO Ron Marshall mentioned closures of Waldenbooks stores. Today, GalleyCat has more context about the future of the bookseller. ... [GalleyCat]

Borders Total Sales Fell Nearly 13 Percent Last Quarter - Posted April 1, 2009
Yesterday Borders Group announced that total sales were $1.1 billion for the final quarter in 2008, down nearly 13 percent from last year. For the year, total sales declined by almost 9 percent. Earlier this week, Borders Group reported that Pershing Square Capital Management had extended the bookseller's $42.5 mill... [GalleyCat]