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Slow move into Internet commerce led to Borders’ downfall

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Posted: Sunday, February 13, 2011 9:26 am

LOSANGELES- Starting off as a used-book store in 1971 in the Michigan college town of Ann Arbor, Borders grew into a successful nationwide chain of superstores, widely castigated at one time for helping stamp out many small, independent stores around the country.

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