Borders closing 8 Arizona stores as part of bankruptcy

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Too big? Too slow to embrace e-book technology? Whatever the cause, the long-expected bankruptcy of the Borders bookstore chain will result in the closure of eight Arizona locations this year:

A story in the East Valley Tribune last month looked at the fallout from a Borders collapse and its effect on the Valley’s smaller, independent booksellers.

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  • This really too bad because living in Tempe, after they closed down the one on Mill Avenue, the closest stores were the Fiesta Mall and the Scotsdale locations. Now I am stuck with the Barnes and Nobles chain in Tempe Marketplace as best as I can tell … and have never liked their stores as much as Borders. Sad, very sad.

  • This really too bad because living in Tempe, after they closed down the one on Mill Avenue, the closest stores were the Fiesta Mall and the Scotsdale locations. Now I am stuck with the Barnes and Nobles chain in Tempe Marketplace as best as I can tell … and have never liked their stores as much as Borders. Sad, very sad.

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