The company reported $2.2 billion in revenue, which marked an 8.8% decrease year-on-year. Digital sales were up almost 7%, but overall retail sales were down, and ultimately it added up to a net loss of $6.1 million. Nook sales were especially bad, with revenue from the Nook down 26% compared to Q4 of 2011.
But, the company isn't looking to abandon Nook. On the topic, B&N said:
Given that stated desire to simply move away from Nook e-readers in favor of putting more resources into the Android-forked Nook tablets, it looks like Nook fans needn't worry too much.