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Barnes & Noble Pulls Plug On CdA

Item: Barnes & Noble cancels Riverstone Store: Developer sues for breach of contract/Rick Thomas, CDA Press

More Info: Plans for a Barnes & Noble bookstore in Riverstone have been abandoned, and the developer of the project has filed suit against the company, claiming it failed to live up to an agreement to occupy a 28,000-square-foot corner on Main Street. Riverstone Center Companies filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Washington, in Spokane, claiming unspecified damages because the Delaware company failed to accept the purpose-built structure when it was presented for delivery on Nov. 14, 2008.

Question: Where do you buy your books?


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