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  • Journalism in Hell (written for 'Reporters Without Borders') yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Journalism in Hell (written for \'Reporters Without Borders\') '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: In 1995, I was institutionally sanctioned for "engaging in the business of journalism."

    Journalism in Hell (written for 'Reporters Without Borders')

  • Alison Cartwright for The Wall Street Journal BORDERS This bag is available at Borders and is made by the British stationary company Paperchase, which Borders owns.

    Bagging It

  • Although the company is all but dead, the name "Borders" may not disappear.

    As Its Final Stores Close, We Ask: What Happened To Borders?

  • In the US, Borders is ditching their music/DVD sections and replacing them with sprawling teen sections to capitalise on the enormous boom in young adult fiction.

    the thinkings of a lili

  • Although Borders is not doing well in some respects, being about to close down its shops at UK airports, its website seems to be increasingly popular, achieving third place (up by 56) in a ranking by Retail Bulletin.

    E-publishing updates from the Bookseller

  • I can never find JBs books in Borders in Brisbane either although they do have plenty by Nick Earls.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Ladies Lounge

  • Although Borders is not doing well in some respects, being about to close down its shops at UK airports, its website seems to be increasingly popular, achieving third place (up by 56) in a ranking by Retail Bulletin.

    February 2009

  • In the US, Borders is ditching their music/DVD sections and replacing them with sprawling teen sections to capitalise on the enormous boom in young adult fiction.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Although Borders is not doing well in some respects, being about to close down its shops at UK airports, its website seems to be increasingly popular, achieving third place (up by 56) in a ranking by Retail Bulletin.

    E-publishing updates from the Bookseller

  • Although Borders is not doing well in some respects, being about to close down its shops at UK airports, its website seems to be increasingly popular, achieving third place (up by 56) in a ranking by Retail Bulletin.

    Publishing

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