Borders secures funding but doubts remain over future

Written By: Graeme Neill Borders has finally secured an agreement for fresh funding, with GE Capital providing $550m of new cash, but only if publishers stump up $125m. Publishers Weekly reports the troubled retailer has said for the first time that it doesn't rule out the possibility of bankruptcy. It said publishers are also "extremely reluctant" to exchange missed payments for notes. read more Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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