(Reuters) - Barnes & Noble Inc said on Friday it would give away a free Nook Simple Touch e-reader to any customer who buys its high-definition Nook HD+ tablet next week, a sign it may still be grappling with excess inventory of the unpopular e-reader. Full story
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Barnes & Noble will give away a free Nook Simple Touch e-reader next week to readers buying the Nook HD, advertised above.