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  • / Technology

    Noble Credit Card Deal

    MBNA America Bank and bookseller Barnes & Noble Inc. have agreed to develop and market a cobranded credit card that will allow customers who use it to earn rewards at Barnes & Noble stores, as well as online at barnesandnoble.com. Under the terms of the agreement, MBNA will have the exclusive right to market credit cards to Barnes & Noble customers. The cards will have no annual fees, says the Wilmington, Del.-based financial institution, and it...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    MBNA America Bank and bookseller Barnes & Noble Inc. have agreed to develop and market a cobranded credit card that will allow customers who use it to earn rewards at Barnes & Noble stores, as well as online at barnesandnoble.com. Under the terms of the agreement, MBNA will have the exclusive right…
  • / Marketing

    Barnes & Noble site sorts information into ‘how-to’ guides

    Consumers seeking guidance on activities from playing poker to investing can turn to Quamut.com, an informational web site from Barnes & Noble that aims to provide clear-eyed directions in the form of a chart. The site will be supported by display ads.

    Posted 03/26/2008Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Consumers seeking guidance on activities from playing poker to investing can turn to Quamut.com, an informational web site from Barnes & Noble that aims to provide clear-eyed directions in the form of a chart. The site will be supported by display ads.
  • / Technology

    Do more pictures = more sales? SmithandNoble.com looks for the answer

    In response to customer demand for more pictures, window ware retailer Smith + Noble prepares to launch online custom product visualization technology.

    Posted 04/29/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    In response to customer demand for more pictures, window ware retailer Smith + Noble prepares to launch online custom product visualization technology.
  • / E-Retailers

    Barnes & Noble breaks its date with Calendar Club

    The bookseller has sold its majority interest in Calendar Club back to the company and its CEO for $7 million. Barnes & Noble says the club contributed no earnings; however, the two retailers will continue to work together.

    Posted 03/04/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    The bookseller has sold its majority interest in Calendar Club back to the company and its CEO for $7 million. Barnes & Noble says the club contributed no earnings; however, the two retailers will continue to work together.

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