Barnes & Noble Attracts Investor Attention and 2 Must-See Morning Hot Stocks

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Barnes & Noble (NYSE:BKS) is attracting investor interest after it revealed in its presentation at an investor meet that it could garner up to $ 3 billion this year from its Nook and college bookstore businesses, and that it was planning to launch its digital bookstores in nine new international markets by June next year.

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