At Wesleyan, Zach was the managing editor of Wesleying, an arts editor of the Wesleyan Argus, and majored in English and American studies.
Reports of Barnes & Noble’s death have been greatly exaggerated.
So claims The New Yorker’s James Surowiecki in his latest Financial Page column, arguing that those who point to the resignation of CEO William Lynch and the collapse of Lynch’s signature digital Nook division are only telling half of the story. And what an easy story it is to tell—an embarrassing resignation now sounds the death knell for an antiquated business model (if not industry) felled by the proliferation of cheap e-books and Amazon Prime. It is a story we have seen before.
Not so fast.
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