Posted Wednesday, July 14, 2010 in
The struggling book chain Borders is trying to position itself as the go-to source digital content.
This spring, the Ann-Arbor based company introduced $119 and $149 electronic readers prompting Amazon and Barnes & Noble to slash their prices. Borders has 1.5 million titles available in several formats, which will likely put it as the country's second-largest bookseller for large gains as more consumers turn to digital books, according to the Detroit News.
Borders chairman and largest shareholder recently invested $25 million into the company, which has financed many digital initiatives.
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