Canadian bookstore chain Indigo Books joins Barnes & Noble (BKS - previously) and...

Canadian bookstore chain Indigo Books joins Barnes & Noble (BKS - previously) and Books-A-Million (BAMM) in refusing to stock titles published by Amazon (AMZN). The boycotts come ahead of Amazon's release of high-profile titles brought to market by former Time Warner CEO Larry Kirshbaum.

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    It is SUPER INCREDIBLY STUPID of (BAMM) to refuse
    to stock titles published by (AMZN). It is rumured today,
    Monday, February, 6th, 2012, that Amazon is seriously
    comtemplating opening brick and mortar bookstores.
    (BAMM) instead of being against Amazon should be
    telephoning Wizard Jeff Bezos (THE most brilliant and
    most forward thinking CEO in the the USA) and telling
    Amazon:"Hey, Amazon, buy us instead. Even if you pay
    3X our current market price ($2.34 as I write this comment)
    you Amazon will be getting a super bargain consisting of
    252 stores Already In Place and Operating, plus 40% of one
    of the top growing franchises in America, Yogurt Mountain.
    Can you imagine the fantastic future of (BAMM) and Yogurt
    Mountain as subsidiaries of the BEST MANAGED company
    in America. IF any institutional holders of BAMM read this post
    they should pro-actively contact Jeff Bezos and the Anderson
    Brothers of Books-A-Million to point out what a great merger
    it would be if AMZN buys BAMM. I have BAMM as one of my
    TOP TEN FOR 2012.(See my previous "Comments" for the
    top ten list.)
    6 Feb 2012, 02:22 PM Reply Like
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