Who Wins, Who Loses When Borders Exits?Analysts are busy assessing the potential winners and losers when Borders Group begins the process of going out of business.
Report: Borders Deal On Verge Of CollapseThe Wall Street Journal is reporting that the private equity firm that tentatively agreed to purchase bankrupt Ann Arbor-based Borders Group is having second thoughts.
Borders Sold To Investment FirmAnn Arbor-based bookseller Borders Group, reorganizing under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, has agreed to be purchased by Phoenix-based investment firm Najafi Cos.
Report: Two Suitors Interested In Borders GroupThe Wall Street Journal is reporting that an Arizona private equity firm is among those in discussions to buy Ann Arbor-based bookseller Borders Group.
Borders Execs To Get BonusesWhile Borders Group struggles to emerge from bankruptcy protection, it will be able to pay its top executives large bonuses.
Borders Gets Temporary Financing, Plans Store Clearance SalesA federal bankruptcy judge grants Borders Group interim approval of temporary financing and approves a plan to close 200 stores.
Borders Group Loss Rises, Sales Fall
Borders Cuts Price Of E-Readers
Borders Launches New Paid Loyalty Program
Borders Opens E-book Store, Seeks 17% Market Share