NEW YORK (
owes a long list of publishers and vendors over $260 million.
As the No. 2 book seller filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, experts say it is unlikely these debtors will get back much of what's owed to them.
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Here's a list of the publishers, entertainment companies and vendors waiting to see how much Borders will be able to pay up.
Penguin Putnam: $41.1 million
Hachette Book: $36.9 million
Simon & Schuster: $33.8 million
Random House: $33.5 million
Harper Collins: $25.8 million
Macmillan/MPS: $11.4 million
John Wiley and Sons: $11.2 million
Perseus Distribution: $7.8 million
Source Interlink: $6.9 million
Twentieth Century Fox: $6.4 million
Seattle's Best Coffee: $5 million
F&W Media: $5 million
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: $4.4 million
Sony Music: $4.3 million
Workman Publishing: $4 million
Diamond Comic Distributors: $3.9 million
UMGD: $3.8 million
Warner Elektra Atlantic: $3.4 million
The McGraw-Hill Companies: $3 million
Sony Pictures: $2.9 million
Pearson Education: $2.9 million
Rosetta Stone: $2.2 million
National Book Network: $2 million
--Written by Jeanine Poggi in New York.
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