Judge Holds Up Borders Sale Due To Privacy Concerns

Judge Holds Up Borders Sale Due To Privacy Concerns

Things are so bad for Borders that the company can’t even seem to fail properly. A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge threw a hurdle in front of the proposed $15.8 million sale of intellectual property to Barnes & Noble, demanding that paperwork must clarify privacy rights for 48 million customers whose data will be swapped in the transaction. [More]