So this blog entry from Time magazine is very annoying. The entire thing tries to connect Borders' bankruptcy to Barnes and Noble, implying that because one large chain went belly-up, B/N is next. Funniest lines, in my opinion:
For now, Barnes & Noble seems to be far from its final chapter. The company still has about $900 million more in assets than debt.
Nevertheless, the writer tries to find shadows lurking everywhere, mentioning that B/N has had to close "a handful of stores in the past few years". Yikes!