Wal-Mart Drops Top Business Titles From Magazine Rack

Wal-Mart Drops Top Business Titles From Magazine Rack
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Wal-Mart have stopped stocking copies of the New Yorker and business publications like Fortune, Business Week and Forbes as part of a larger cull of more than 1,000 titles. ...It is also a prelude to what's about to happen to the music business, as Wal-Mart and the other big box retailers start to hack away at the retail space they devote to music.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 22 january 2008

Wal-Mart have stopped stocking copies of the New Yorker and business publications like Fortune, Business Week and Forbes as part of a larger cull of more than 1,000 titles. The AlleyInsider suggests that the products such as music and DVDs might also get cut in the near future:

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