The predictable, strategic failure of Nook is now on the front pages of dead-tree media. Despite Nook’s problems, Barnes & Noble Chief
Executive William Lynch said the company “remains committed” to the
Nook devices. He’s on his way out.
What Barnes & Noble needs to do is think.
Barnes & Noble has to remember what it is.
Here’s what it is not:
- a Christian book store
- a video-gaming parlor
- a coffee house
- a stationery store
- a toy store
Who will save Barnes & Noble for us? Watch your customers, B&N!
How’s it going J. C. Penney?