Hard Choices sells 85,721 hard copies, according to Nielsen figures. The book topped the nonfiction list, but fell short to a sci-fi romance novel overall.
Hard Choices sells 24,000 copies in its first week through B&N.
Chegg is trying to reinvent itself into a full suite of student offerings as skepticism grows over the future of textbook rentals. So far, investors aren’t buying it.
Online booksellers under fire for selling books with themes of rape and incest.
I now feel strangely compelled to read “The Hunger Games.” From last night’s book signing at Barnes and Noble in New York City.
Just one more sign that e-commerce is taking its toll on your local Barnes & Noble. View Image ›