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Can Borders live happily ever after?

Borders was once an industry leader in bookselling, but Amazon, Kindle, iPads and other factors have moved the industry away from traditional brick-and-mortar businesses.

 
 

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From left, history book club members Bill McCreight, Robert Yangas, Greg Mattson, Christian Minor and Stewart Oneglia at Borders at White Flint.


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Article | Meetings of the history book club at the Borders bookstore in White Flint Mall are device-free. The other night, during a discussion of "1848: Year of Revolution," no Kindles, iPads or Nooks showed up. There was one cellphone sighting, but it was fleeting.

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