Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. operates bookstores at more than 650 U.S. colleges and universities. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers is a subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, Inc., which acquired it in 2009. It was formerly a separate company, and Barnes & Noble chairman Leonard S. Riggio owned a controlling interest in the company and is its chairman. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers is headquartered in Basking Ridge, New Jersey.

Barnes & Noble College Booksellers also operates the self-proclaimed "world's largest bookstore," located on Fifth Avenue and 18th Street in New York City. This flagship store carries a large variety of textbooks, medical books, and medical supplies in addition to the various trade titles carried at Barnes & Noble's main stores.

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