Holiday Retail Sales Dip at B&N, Nook Sales Plunge

Holiday sales for the nine-week period ended December 28 fell 6.6% at Barnes & Noble’s retail segment and tumbled 60.5% in its Nook division. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

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Barnes & Noble Nook sales plunge

US bookstore chain Barnes & Noble sees its fourth-quarter net loss more than double to $118.6m (£77m) as sales of its Nook ebooks and devices drop. Continue reading at BBC News

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Barnes & Noble says holiday sales disappointing, Nook has new investor

Bookstore chain Barnes & Noble said Friday its holiday sales look disappointing and that publisher Pearson Plc took a 5% stake in its Nook e-reader business. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Soft Fiction Sales Result in Dip in Mid-May Unit Sales

Unit sales of print books fell by less than 1% in the week ended May 13, 2018, compared to the similar week in 2017, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Barnes & Noble Digital Sales Quadruple, Retail Sales Decline

Bookseller and newsstand provider Barnes and Noble had a strong first quarter with its digital content, sales in that channel quadrupled. Though digital sales have had some tenacious growth, sales at retail decreased by more than $25.7 million or 3 percent. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Sales Rise for Christian Retailers

A strong holiday season helped increase sales by 15% for Christian booksellers from 2019 to 2021, according to ParableConnect’s 2022 State of Christian Retail Report, which surveyed over 220 Christian bookstores and analyzed $74 million in sales. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Unit Sales Dipped 1.6% at the End of January

Unit sales of print books slipped 1.6% in the week ended Jan. 29, 2022, from the comparable week in 2021, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Print Unit Sales Dipped 2% in Mid-December

Unit sales of print books fell 2% in the week ended Dec. 18, 2021, from the comparable week in 2020, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Print Book Sales Dip During the Week Before Christmas

For the second consecutive week, unit sales of print books last week fell compared to 2020. Sales dropped 2% compared to the week ended December 19, 2020, after declining 12.2% in the prior week at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Print Unit Sales Dip in Mid-August

Unit sales of print books declined 1.3% in the week ended Aug. 14, 2021, from the comparable week in 2020, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Print Book Sales Dipped Last Week

While print unit sales improved last week over the week ended August 7, 2021, they still fell 1.3% compared to a year ago, as adult fiction remained the only category to post a meaningful increase. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Retail Sales Finish Fiscal 2021 Down 22.5% at B&NE

Sales in Barnes & Noble Education’s retail division, by far its largest group, showed some improvement in the final quarter of fiscal 2021 ended May 1, 2021, but sales for the full year declined 22.5%, to $1.33 billion. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Egmont UK saw 2019 revenue dip but posted profit ahead of HarperCollins sale

Egmont UK's 2019 revenue decreased 8.9% to £37.9m but the publisher had a £369,000 pre-tax profit in the financial year before the book business was bought by HarperCollins, new figures uploaded to Companies House show. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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France's bookshops report 3.3% sales dip in Covid-hit 2020

France's bricks-and-mortar booksellers have reported a year-on-year fall in sales of only 3.3% in 2020, despite a total of three months closure across two lockdowns, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Book Fair Sales Plunge at Scholastic

Revenue at Scholastic's book fairs dropped 79% and total revenue at Scholastic dropped 32% in the quarter ended November 31, 2020, compared to the second quarter of fiscal 2020, as the pandemic led to a significant decline in the number of fairs held. The publisher has tapped two new leaders for... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Scholastic revenues plunge 32% but trade sales up in second quarter

Scholastic saw revenues plunge 32% year on year to $406.2m and operating income fall 54% in the second quarter, as its business continued to be hit by the pandemic, although trade sales rose. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Booksellers See Subdued In-Store Holiday Sales, Online Eruption

Booksellers reported a significant drop in customer traffic and a commensurate drop in sales, but online orders were way up, forcing bookstores to adapt. Barack Obama's memoir and Jeff Kinney's latest were the most popular titles over the Thanksgiving weekend at stores surveyed by 'PW.' Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Has the Holiday Shopping Surge Started? Book Sales Say Yes

Unit sales of print books increased 18.3% last week, an indication that the early shopping surge that retailers have been hoping for may be taking place. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Retail site Bookshop makes £65k sales on UK launch day

New online retailer Bookshop.org secured sales of around £65,000 in its first day, making £16,000 for indies. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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With a Plunge in Returns, Net Sales Fell 3.5% in April

Net sales declined only 3.5% in April for publishers who report to AAP's StatShot program. That small drop, however, was due to a significant decline in returns. Publishers are concerned that returns will be heavier than usual when stores reopen and start shipping back unsold titles. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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