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Barnes & Noble Overview

Industry

Retailing

Organization Type

Public

Employees

> 10,000

Headquarters

New York, NY

Website

barnesandnobleinc.com

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barnesandnobleinc.com



Founded in

1873

Revenue

> $1B

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About Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble, Inc., a Fortune 1000 company, is the bookseller with the largest number of retail outlets in the United States, and a retailer of content, digital media, and educational products.

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Barnes & Noble, Inc., a Fortune 1000 company, is the bookseller with the largest number of retail outlets in the United States, and a retailer of content, digital media, and educational products.

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What Is

Barnes & Noble's Mission Statement

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To operate the best omni-channel specialty retail business in America, helping both our customers and booksellers reach their aspirations, while being a credit to the communities we serve.

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What is it like to work at Barnes & Noble

3.0

July 24, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I love meeting new people as well as being abreast of new books, the latest magazines. I love helping someone find just right the book or product. Additionally, the employee discount is a great benefit... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

There are not enough people who work each shift, so I feel like I do is run around like a chicken with its head cut off. I can't possibly address all the customers' needs, and so every time I go in, it's frustrating. If someone calls off (which happens frequently), the whole night is over for the rest of us.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Learning new things all the time!.. Show More

4.0

July 24, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

My store was very flexible with scheduling allowing me to work and attend college classes. Also liked the store discount... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The only negative aspect of working for Barnes and Noble is they are open 7 days a week and during the evening, so having a weekend off is difficult... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

My favorite perk/benefit was the store discount including the coffee shop located in the store... Show More
September 13, 2017 on Reddit

Do you feel like you're ripping people off with your prices when i can get books for half of what you guys sell them on Amazon?

Not really. When you're paying the list price, you're supporting the physical book store. Sales might be declining due to the number of people doing online shopping now, but sometimes we do have promotions that create comparable savings to Amazon. Also there are those people who are willing to pay a few more dollars if it means getting the book instantly rather than waiting for shipping. I'll admit I do still do my fair share of shopping on Amazon as well, as I'm sure some of my other employees do too haha
September 10, 2017 on Reddit

What's the most interesting thing you've ever found people doing in between the shelves?

Thankfully nothing too terrible so far!! Actually, in recent memory, last week we had this couple who made a little spot in one of the far corners of our store. They were there for probably a solid 5-6 hours and they would be cuddling, or making out, or giving each other massages. Wasn't really sure why my manager didn't kick them out, but it wasn't the greatest sight to pass by whenever id walk to our break room or have to shelve product in that vicinity. Like Motel 6 aint that expensive people! xD
September 10, 2017 on Reddit

I'm so jealous! I love books, and I thought it would always be cool to work in a Barnes and Noble. My questions are: Do you enjoy working there? Do you have a college degree? If so what is it? Do you enjoy reading? What is your favorite genre? How many people do you work with? Describe an average day working there Thanks for doing this!

I'm happy to do it! :) Thanks for taking the time to comment! Let's see.. -I do enjoy working for them! Ive worked a few different jobs from fast food to other retail to waiting tables, and this is my favorite job yet. I can rarely recall times when I've told myself I'm gonna look for a new job and I hope to stay with them for maybe a couple more years! -I dont have my degree yet. Im working towards it right now, and almost there! Haha. A bachelors in Kinesiology. -Reading is great! Unfortunately i don't get as much time right now to leisure read due to textbooks and such, but I definitely pop open a book when I can! Definitely hard to pick a genre, as when i got hired, I knew i wanted to read from multiple so i can relate to as many customers as i can! Although i will say i probably enjoy fiction the best! -Total my store probably has about 30+ employees, including our cafe staff. On a usual workday, i probably work with 8 others, including managers, cashiers, baristas, etc. -On an average day, Im actually in charge of the bargain department. So i come in at 7 AM, 3 hours before the store opens, shelve the new product and rotate quantities with higher quantity books from the back. And I also try to fix up all my tables and displays so they look nice when we open. After opening, Im at the customer service desk so i greet people as they walk in, ask them if they need any help finding books as i walk the floor, reshelve books as we find them misplaced around the store, answer the phone and tell people if we have an item in stock and ask them if they want us to hold it for them, and yeah! I also back up the cashiers if a long line forms! B&N is a great job, and definitely look into applying if you get the chance! The people are great, customers and co workers, and I've definitely made some lifelong friendships. Happy to have put in my 2+ years with them!
August 8, 2014 on Reddit

What is it like being the captain of a sinking ship?

I used to worry about this, but actually Barnes & Noble College is more profitable that Barnes & Noble Inc. stores. The college company is expanding and will likely be here to stay even if the regular Barnes & Noble stores go under.

My friends cousin invented Barnes and noble. (Just a fun fact) how do I get a job at one?

Then your friends cousin is well over 100 years old. BN started in 1917 officially. Apply online at the website.
July 18, 2014 on Reddit

I'm 15 looking for a job and love to read...can I get hired/should I apply?

Labor laws vary state to state. You'll have to ask.

What's the salary for a retail manager like yourself? I work in corporate America and am always curious how much retail managers make

Depending on what type of manager you are I think it's between 30-50 a year usually. Obviously more the longer you've been with the company. Check out the website Glass Ceiling, it has some good resources in that department.

Why don't you guys price match your own website? I seriously do not understand this policy at all.

Here's why website prices are cheaper: To buy online, you purchase it on your computer. We have someone at the warehouse put it in a box, slap a label on it, and UPS picks it up and drives it to your house. To buy in store, warehouse packs up boxes, ships them out country wide to delivery hubs. Those hubs unload the trucks, redistribute the boxes based on which store they go to and pays a driver to deliver those boxes mon-fri. Then we have employees who receive them, unpack them, sort them, then shelve them into the sections. It's one person to do the work vs. about ten.

do you get better rates from ingram etc... than regular booksellers?

As an employee we get the same discounts for all books. As a company it depends on the title and quantity we order. I'm not sure what the markup for other companies are but I've seen books ranging from zero (we make NO profit when the customer buys it) to 80%+ (usually remaindered out titles that go in our bargain section).
July 15, 2014 on Reddit

What's a difficult customer that you had to deal with?

Everyone that doesn't understand what "business days" mean. If you order it on Friday night at 8 pm...it's not gonna be here Monday when we open.

Hey! Just wanted to say that I have been to your store MANY times. I always receive excellent service, and I always enjoy when people who work in the store notice what books I'm buying and talk to me about them. (In fact, I guess I have probably seen your face before. XD if I can say that in a non creepy way.) I love the feeling of browsing for books you didn't know existed, opening up the pages and flipping them over, heck, even That new book smell. I'm genuinely terrified at the thought of book stores closing and being taken over by online retailers. I've read lots of articles about B&N having to close down it's stores in he future. As someone who works there, can you tell me how much truth there is to this? Do you notice things that make you worry about how long your store will stay open, or are you pretty confident that you guys will be there for a long time? BONUS Q: Your thoughts on The Fault in Our Stars? EDIT: Do you love to read? If so, what are your favorite novels?

Sorry the address in the picture is from our HQ, I don't work in NY but thanks! We've closed a handful of stores in the past 5 years, but we've also opened some. We have something like over 600 stores I believe. I think if digital drives us out it will take another 10-20 years (if I had to guestimate). I really enjoyed Fault in Our Stars. I actually saw the movie first. I usually read SciFi/Fantasy. Nightfall is probably my favorite.
July 15, 2014 on Reddit

Are you looking for a new job? And what do you think of Nook spinning off into its own business? If it matters, I write for a living, so I'm a bit in tune with the industry and everything I hear does not sound good.

Not looking for a new job. I have 10+ years with this company and 5+ with my previous employer. If for some reason I need to find another job it shouldn't be that hard. *knock on wood Nook is separating because as a digital product it needs to be run by a digital company. Each store has one or two "tech savvy" employees to help with nooks, otherwise it's just general help. Again, I think the focus on physical stores is browsing. Getting rid of bookstores would hurt the market in general. Think of music 20 years ago vs. today. There's variety now but it's a lot harder to find and break out than it was back then.

From your personal experience(sales trends, revenue, etc), do you think B&N will go under in the next 5 years?

No. From the sales reports I've read our stores are profitable. And as a company, if you're making money you stay in business. Brick and mortar we don't have a whole lot of competition. People still love books, kids HAVE to read them, so we'll keep selling them. Our downfall will happen when the following criteria is met: eReaders become cheap digital book browsing becomes easier older generations become more technologically compliant or stop purchasing books altogether
July 15, 2014 on Reddit

Between you and me, mate, is there some universal Barnes and Noble code used to get free books?

The only books employees get free are strips. They're the small mass market titles. When we get rid of them (they don't sell/old) we tear the covers off and recycle the books. Employees can snag the books. Practically free, ask around when it's time for clearance. Right now we have one going and it's all 50% off. But it will go to 75% then two bucks per item. You can really find some worthwhile stuff a lot of time. $60 board games, $50 lego sets.
July 15, 2014 on Reddit

How much do you personly make? Also, how much would a new hire starting employee make?

I'm low on the totem pole, so I make between 30-35 a year. Starting employees are usually between 7-8 dollars if you're being hired part time. Full time (we call them "leads") tend to go a buck or two higher. It all depends on the store/location and your work experience.

Does your location get a lot of homeless campers spending the day in the store? I'm in Honolulu (down to one B & N location now, unfortunately) and during the day it seems like every other person in the store that isn't an employee is homeless.

Actually homeless? No. I've seen a couple in from time to time, but they tend not to stay long. They cool off, use the bathroom and leave. Non-homeless campers though...all the time.

* In what way, if any, has customer demographics changed in your time at the company? * Who make the best employees? Any special things you've learned about encouraging morale? * What is the best part of your job? What is the worst? * If you could live the life of any literary character, who would it be and why? * What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Thanks for answering!

-Demographics as a whole for the company? That's hard to say. Since I've worked there the Teen market exploded and it seems like "Teen" books are more widely accepted by adults as readers as well. -The best employees are the ones that are cross trained a
July 15, 2014 on Reddit

What is one thing you wish you could change about BN?

Sales focus. It really seems that the company is more interested in saving money than making it. Managers will gripe about tables not selling, but they have a corporate list - so we can't take them down and put "better" books on them. Employees and customers hate how little hours/help there is working at one time. There are stores in my region where the store beat their sales goal but failed to make their payroll goal and those management teams didn't get a raise. Saving $ > Making $ It doesn't work.
July 15, 2014 on Reddit

What are your thoughts on people that just walk in to read instead of buying something?

General consensus of employees are: if you don't make a mess and put it back we're fine with it. In the cafe? Buy ONE drink and as long as people aren't standing because all the seats are taken it's fine. I know some stores got rid of lounge chairs and bench seating. I've seen people reading on the floor. That's a little odd. Also, summertime people like to soak up our AC.

Have you ever had any authors come to your store for a book signing? If so, who, and what is it like before, on, and after the day of the signing?

Oh, definitely. Working in an urban store, we've had a good share of author signings as well as celebrity appearances. I've worked book signings for Dee Snyder, Neal Stephenson, E.L. James, a bunch of athletes, a couple politicians, and Howard Stern. I've also met and helped find books for Sigourney Weaver, Ed Rendell, and Richard Dreyfuss. He really likes alternative history books about the Civil War.

What questions are you absolutely sick of people asking? I'll try not to ask em anymore :D.

Here's my top five grievances about customers: "I'm looking for a book." Me: "Really? That's neat." "Where's non-fiction?" Me: *rolls eyes* "Can my Borders card work here?" Me: "Sir, that's not a company anymore." "What's a good book to read?" Me: "May I recommend Harold and the Purple Crayon to start?" "WHY WON'T YOU TAKE MY STARBUCKS GIFTCARD!?" Me: "Ma'am, it's not a Starbucks, it's B&N Cafe Which Happens To Have A Starbucks Logo On Everything So It's Misleading."

Have you ever caught customers (or coworkers for that matter, but mostly customers) having sex in the store?

Not exactly sex, but once a large man walked into the store, made a B-line for the medical reference, and flipped open an anatomy book to the female reproductive system. Someone caught him practically making out with the page and he was kicked out. I personally asked that the book be incinerated.

Barnes & Noble Employees

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Gender

Female

59.9%

Male

38.3%

Unknown

1.8%
Ethnicity

White

60.7%

Hispanic or Latino

16.6%

Black or African American

11.2%

Asian

7.6%

Unknown

3.9%
Languages Spoken

Spanish

52.8%

French

14.0%

German

5.8%

Japanese

4.2%

Mandarin

3.6%

Chinese

3.1%

Italian

2.5%

Korean

1.9%

Arabic

1.8%

Russian

1.6%

Portuguese

1.6%

Cantonese

1.3%

Vietnamese

1.2%

Tagalog

1.0%

Turkish

0.7%

Hebrew

0.6%

Hindi

0.6%

Polish

0.6%

Swedish

0.4%

Thai

0.4%

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Barnes & Noble Careers

Average Length of Employment
Bemis 4.7 years
Foot Locker 2.5 years

Barnes & Noble

2.4 years
Gap 2.3 years
Berkshire Hathaway 2.3 years
Best Buy 2.2 years
Bed Bath & Beyond 2.0 years
Amazon 1.0 years
Top Employers Before Barnes & Noble
Starbucks 11.1%
Walmart 10.7%
Target 10.1%
McDonald's 8.9%
Best Buy 5.7%
Macy's 5.2%
Subway 4.4%
GameStop 4.1%
US Army 3.7%
JCPenney 3.3%
Staples 3.1%
Kroger 3.0%
Walgreens 2.9%
Kohl's 2.8%
Top Employers After Barnes & Noble
Starbucks 17.9%
Walmart 10.3%
Target 7.8%
Amazon 5.7%
Macy's 5.7%
Best Buy 4.2%
Walgreens 4.0%
McDonald's 3.8%
Staples 3.7%
Verizon 3.6%
JCPenney 3.1%
FedEx 3.0%
Apple 2.8%
AT&T 2.7%

Barnes & Noble Employees Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

8.6%

Virginia Commonwealth University

6.6%

University of South Florida

6.5%

Temple University

6.2%

Florida International University

5.9%

Wayne State University

5.8%

University of North Texas

5.7%

Southern New Hampshire University

5.4%

New York University

5.3%

University of Central Florida

5.2%

Arizona State University

4.8%

George Mason University

4.6%

Texas Tech University

4.1%

Liberty University

4.0%

West Virginia University

4.0%

Northern Virginia Community College

3.8%

University of Southern Mississippi

3.4%

University of Houston

3.4%

DePaul University

3.4%

Florida State University

3.3%
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Majors

Business

16.6%

English

12.2%

Psychology

9.9%

Communication

6.5%

History

4.8%

Criminal Justice

4.6%

Liberal Arts

4.2%

Writing

3.8%

Graphic Design

3.8%

Fine Arts

3.6%

Marketing

3.6%

Accounting

3.5%

Biology

3.3%

Political Science

3.2%

Computer Science

3.0%

Education

2.9%

Photography

2.8%

General Studies

2.8%

Sociology

2.5%

Nursing

2.4%
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Degrees

Bachelors

47.6%

Other

24.1%

Masters

11.6%

Associate

11.1%

Certificate

3.4%

Doctorate

1.1%

Diploma

0.9%

License

0.2%
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Barnes & Noble Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

76.2%

Republican Party

22.2%

Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party

0.5%

Green Party

0.5%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Robert BarnesAttorney $85,700Democratic Party
Elizabeth WhiteLawyer $50,000Republican Party
Leonard RiggioChairperson $47,900Democratic Party
Patranell LewisAttorney $20,000Democratic Party
Leornard RiggioChairperson $14,000Democratic Party
Marie BarnesReal Estate Closer $10,400Democratic Party
Kevin GonzalezVice President $9,178Democratic Party
Edward AyoobPartner $7,715Democratic Party
Richard BoykinAttorney $6,700Democratic Party
Joseph EatonAttorney $6,250Republican Party
Lisa AllanBookseller $5,500Democratic Party
Riggio LeonardChairperson $5,000Democratic Party
Arvin CopelandBookseller $4,950Democratic Party
Robert GrandAttorney $4,900Republican Party
LEN RiggioPresident $4,800Democratic Party
Teri BarnesOwner $4,800Democratic Party
Steven KoesDirector $4,520Democratic Party
Craig BurkhardtAttorney $4,250Republican Party
Bryan LatimerBookseller $4,201Democratic Party
William Moreau JrAttorney $4,200Democratic Party
Jeffrey StrasserBookseller $2,926Democratic Party
Gretchen FinnBookseller $2,551Democratic Party
Richard ConardAttorney $2,500Republican Party
Kenneth YerkesAttorney $2,400Republican Party
Mitchell KlipperChief Executive Officer $2,400Democratic Party
Stephen RiggioExecutive $2,400Democratic Party
Joan VON BushbergerRetail Sales Lead $2,250Republican Party
Rosa HakalaVice President $2,050Republican Party
Stephen DuttonAttorney $2,000Democratic Party
Lee BarnesAttorney $2,000Republican Party
Marjorie RogalskiBookseller $2,000Democratic Party
Michelle SmithHuman Resources Vice President $1,850Democratic Party
Susan BodineAttorney $1,750Republican Party
Nicolle Durham REYInformation Technology Project Lead $1,718Democratic Party
Heather DelgadoPartner $1,700Republican Party
George DunstonAttorney $1,600Democratic Party
Samer KhalafAttorney $1,550Democratic Party
William LynchChief Executive Officer $1,500Republican Party
Timothy RiffleLawyer $1,200Republican Party
Wendell ShepherdAttorney $1,100Democratic Party
Dominique ColganBusiness Development Manager $1,035Democratic Party
Tessy NedyBookseller $1,004Democratic Party
Kelly RobertsDesign Consultant $1,000Democratic Party
DAN WeissPublisher $1,000Democratic Party
Fredric AndesAttorney $1,000Democratic Party
James ShapiroAttorney $1,000Democratic Party
Kirk GrableAttorney $1,000Republican Party
James SweeneyAttorney $1,000Democratic Party
Alan KahnPublisher $1,000Democratic Party
Sandra MasinAccount Manager $1,000Democratic Party
Brenda MarshAuthor $1,000Democratic Party
Kevin NGOSenior Product Manager $1,000Democratic Party
Benjamin Gatus JrProject Manager $980Democratic Party
Alan MillsAttorney $900Democratic Party
Linda KuehlRetailer $875Democratic Party
Joseph ChapellePartner $800Republican Party
Paramsothy ParthipanProgram Director $750Democratic Party
Renee CollodiBookseller $750Democratic Party
Barbara GrossBookseller $706Democratic Party
Brian PattersonConsultant $651Democratic Party
Jason BarnesConsultant $650Democratic Party
Joyce FrommerManager $624Democratic Party
Gary YablickShipper Receiver $600Democratic Party
Joan AshcraftCommunity Relations Manager $560Democratic Party
Robert SalinasMerchandising Manager $550Democratic Party
Mark KiczukBookseller $550Democratic Party
Stephanie ChristMerchandising Manager $541Democratic Party
Ernest MoenchBook Seller $525Democratic Party
Stephen McDonnellBusiness Development Director $519Democratic Party
Donna WilliamsBookseller $503Republican Party
Mark MillerAttorney $500Democratic Party
Jaime CareyChief Operating Officer $500Democratic Party
Glenn KaplanCreative Director $500Democratic Party
Thomas MaxwellAttorney $500Democratic Party
Grant PetersAttorney $500Democratic Party
Matthew MorganPartner $500Republican Party
Kenneth InskeepAttorney $500Democratic Party
Scott LongmanAttorney $500Republican Party
Josh GluckAttorney $500Democratic Party
Jeffrey HopperAttorney $500Republican Party
Kendall MillardAttorney $500Democratic Party
Howard CampbellInformation Technology Project Manager $500Republican Party
William RadneyAttorney $500Democratic Party
AMY MormanAccounting $500Republican Party
Stephen CulverChief Information Officer $500Republican Party
Linda MarsdenManager $400Democratic Party
Erik EisenheimBookseller $400Democratic Party
Tommie DewberryStore Manager $380Democratic Party
Patricia StaffordInstructional Design Manager $375Democratic Party
Sue CusterBookseller $363Democratic Party
Deborah ThorneAttorney $350Democratic Party
Stephen KingRetail $350Democratic Party
Lynne WidliRetail $305Democratic Party
Shafath SyedResearch And Development Technician $300Democratic Party
Julia GardAttorney $300Republican Party
Vicky ReidyBookseller $300Democratic Party
Mary ManganBookseller $300Democratic Party
Jorge Vargas JrBookseller $259Democratic Party
Mark NappiSupervisor $250Democratic Party
TIM DesotoDirector, Global Business Development $250Democratic Party
Jay RammesCertified Public Accountant $250Republican Party
Karen MansonManager $250Democratic Party
John KyleAttorney $250Republican Party
Allen WeyerStore Manager $250Democratic Party
Kevin VilkeSenior Director Human Resources $250Democratic Party
Philip FaccendaAttorney $250Democratic Party
John VanfossenAttorney $250Democratic Party
Blake PhillipsInsurance Agent $250Republican Party
Edward BarnesPresident $250Democratic Party
Marian LordBookseller $250Republican Party
Benjamin RubyBuyer $250Democratic Party
Joseph BarnesCertified Public Accountant $250Republican Party
Aaron WatsonAttorney $250Democratic Party
Thomas FullerBookseller $250Green Party
Bobby TulsianiDirector $250Democratic Party
Philip BonderSales Associate $250Libertarian Party
Mike DunworthGeneral Manager $250Democratic Party
Barry BarnesAttorney $250Democratic Party
Sessalee HensleyBuyer $250Democratic Party
Roger BarnesBusinessman $250Republican Party
Gerald Sweeney JrAttorney $250Republican Party
Edward SmithSenior Linux Systems Administrator $250Democratic Party
Fuller ThomasBookseller $250Democratic Party
Larry MacKeyAttorney $250Democratic Party
Roger KelleyManager $250Republican Party
Leslie ShanerAttorney $250Republican Party
Daniel WeissPublisher $250Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
Michael KochannyStore Manager $250Democratic Party
John MichelCertified Public Accountant $250Republican Party
Daniel GilbertExecutive Vice President Of Operations $250Republican Party
Laura BrunnerAccountant $250Republican Party
Cecelia MartinSenior Manager $245Democratic Party
Bryan LevineBookseller $225Democratic Party
Melissa McGuireStore Manager $203Democratic Party
Zellma KattAssistant $200Republican Party
Susan McCullochSenior Director $200Democratic Party
Patricia WenstrupRetail $200Democratic Party
Connie McCauslandBookseller $200Democratic Party
Elizabeth MitchellRetail $199Democratic Party
Judy ColvinReceiving Manager $150Republican Party
Katherine StorrsBookseller $110Republican Party
Katherine Romanelli StorrsRegistered Nurse $107Republican Party
Elizabeth PenfieldAccount Manager $100Republican Party
James GuttingAttorney $100Republican Party
Ligia AlbeanuBookseller $75Republican Party
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Barnes & Noble Salaries

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Senior Director, Product ManagementSanta Clara, CA $240,000
Senior DirectorPalo Alto, CA $230,000
Director Of AnalyticsNew York, NY $230,000
Senior DirectorMonroe, NJ $230,000
Engineering ManagerSanta Clara, CA $214,864
Information Systems ManagerPalo Alto, CA $209,102
Planning DirectorPalo Alto, CA $195,000
Planning DirectorPalo Alto, CA $195,000
Development DirectorPalo Alto, CA $185,000
Architect And DeveloperRedmond, WA $185,000
Development DirectorPalo Alto, CA $185,000
Architect And DeveloperBellevue, WA $185,000
Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $180,003
Senior User Experience DesignerPalo Alto, CA $180,000
ArchitectPalo Alto, CA $180,000
ArchitectPalo Alto, CA $180,000
ArchitectPalo Alto, CA $180,000
Engineering DirectorPalo Alto, CA $180,000
Senior Software EngineerNew York, NY $175,900
Software ArchitectPalo Alto, CA $170,100
Engineering ManagerPalo Alto, CA $170,000
EngineerPalo Alto, CA $170,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $170,000
Senior Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $170,000
Development DirectorPalo Alto, CA $170,000
ArchitectPalo Alto, CA $160,000
Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $160,000
Administrative DirectorNew York, NY $160,000
Senior EngineerPalo Alto, CA $160,000
Software EngineerPalo Alto, CA $159,700
Senior Software EngineerNew York, NY $159,000
Sales EngineerPalo Alto, CA $157,500
Senior Linux EngineerPalo Alto, CA $156,200
Product Development ManagerPalo Alto, CA $155,360
Product Development ManagerPalo Alto, CA $155,360
Product Development ManagerPalo Alto, CA $155,360
Senior Java DeveloperPalo Alto, CA $155,000
Project LeaderNew York, NY $155,000
Android DeveloperSanta Clara, CA $153,200
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> $1B

Net Income

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Market Cap

$507,860,000

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Frequently Asked Questions about Barnes & Noble

When was Barnes & Noble founded?

Barnes & Noble was founded in 1873.

How many Employees does Barnes & Noble have?

Barnes & Noble has more than 10,000 employees.

How much money does Barnes & Noble make?

Barnes & Noble generates more than $1 billion in revenue.

What industry is Barnes & Noble in?

Barnes & Noble is in the retailing industry.

What is Barnes & Noble's mission?

Barnes & Noble's mission statement is "To operate the best omni-channel specialty retail business in America, helping both our customers and booksellers reach their aspirations, while being a credit to the communities we serve."

What type of company is Barnes & Noble?

Barnes & Noble is a public company.

Who are Barnes & Noble's competitors?

Barnes & Noble competitors include Gap, Foot Locker, Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, Bemis, Berkshire Hathaway.

Where is Barnes & Noble's headquarters?

Barnes & Noble's headquarters is in New York, NY.

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