Jaime Carey

Taylor Knight is an associate content editor for Target Marketing and Total Retail. She enjoys writing and creating video content to interact with an audience.

Barnes & Noble has announced that it does not intend to carry books published by Amazon in any of its 703 retail locations. It's a move sure to deepen the wedge between the two companies, and B&N cites Amazon's continued taste for exclusivity as the primary reason for the decision. In a statement to The New York Times, chief merchandising officer Jaime Carey doesn't mince words, claiming Amazon's practices have "undermined the industry as a whole" and "prevented millions of customers from having access to content." While consumers will have access to the works on BN.com, selection there will

Barnes & Noble is testing 3,000-sq.-ft toy boutiques in five test stores: Enfield, Conn.; Manchester, Conn.; North Brunswick, N.J.; Holmdel, N.J.; and Bronx, N.Y. The play spaces incorporate interactive displays, creativity and learning through activities, scientific discoveries, and favorite children’s characters. In strategic partnerships with world renowned toy and games manufacturers, Barnes & Noble has created five interactive play areas — Building, Learning, Imagining, Creating and Playing — that are designed to offer children hands-on learning experiences in a fun, engaging and comfortable environment.“Barnes & Noble has always been a destination for families who want to foster a life-long

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