Barnes & Noble updates Nook app for comics readers
New York – Barnes & Noble subsidiary Nook Media LLC is releasing an updated Nook app for iOS devices. The app allows iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users to download the full selection of comics and graphic novels from the Nook store with support for Zoom View, allowing readers to focus on individual panels. Other updates features include animated page turns and the ability to enlarge book illustrations.
“With our free, updated Nook for iOS application, we’re delivering to customers with iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch a great optimized reading experience, now with access to NOOK Comics, one of the leading collections of digital comics and graphic novels available,” said Jamie Iannone, president of digital products at Nook Media LLC.
Dollar General seeks 10K new hires in May
Goodlettsville, Tenn. – Dollar General plans to hire 10,000 new employees this month. As part of the effort, the discount retailer will host a nationwide career fair at 170 locations in 40 states on May 18.
“With the long term career opportunities Dollar General provides its employees, we take great pride in being an employer of choice for external candidates,” said Bob Ravener, executive VP and chief HR officer for Dollar General. “Exceptional talent and internal promotions continue to fuel Dollar General’s growth and we look forward to the skills these 10,000 new hires will bring the company.”
Aaron’s names former Equifax exec as senior VP
Atlanta — Aaron’s has appointed Robert W. Kamerschen as the company’s senior VP and general counsel.
Kamerschen will be responsible for managing all legal and governmental affairs for Aaron’s, including employment law, regulatory matters, intellectual property, litigation, vendor relationships, financings, acquisitions and other general legal matters. As general counsel, he will report directly to chairman, president and CEO Ronald W. Allen.
Prior to joining Aaron’s, Kamerschen served at the U.S. chief counsel, senior VP and chief compliance officer at Equifax. He was responsible for the management of the U.S. legal function, compliance and governmental relations.