In "the most ambitious restructuring ever undertaken at the company, one that will help determine the future for traditional bookselling," Barnes & Noble is taking steps like "empowering
store managers to curate their shelves based on local tastes," according to The Wall Street Journal
. Leading the charge is Chief Executive James Daunt, who has been in power since March
2019 and is "an independent bookseller at heart,” independent bookstore owner Sarah McNally tells WSJ.
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