GameStop (GME -0.1%) could be a beneficiary of the decision by Target and Wal-Mart to stop...

|About: GameStop Corp. (GME)|By:, SA News Editor

GameStop (GME -0.1%) could be a beneficiary of the decision by Target and Wal-Mart to stop selling Kindle tablets after it worked out a deal with Amazon to offer the products. In what's becoming its go-to marketing tactic, the company will offer consumers store credit for trading in their old Kindle Fire devices. Though it's up in the air if the company will see a big profit swing from the deal, execs continue to be praised for their ability to help keep the retailer out of the brick-and-mortar junkyard (Blockbuster, Borders, KB Toys) as technology evolves beyond its core product.