Arnold Busck, named after founder Arnold Busck, is a family-owned Danish company with activities in book distribution and publishing. The Arnold Busck chain of bookstores is one of the largest Danish book retailers with 30 stores. It went bankrupt on 27 April 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic. 14 of its bookstores were bought by Bog & Idé, while the Arnold Busck brand and it most well-known store in Købmagergade, Copenhagen were bought by JP/Politikens Forlag, owned by JP/Politikens Hus. The company was founded in Copenhagen as Busck & Wisbech by Arnold Busck and J. L. Wisbech in 1896. The first bookshop was located on Pilestræde but moved to larger premises on Gothersgade at No. 49 in 1901. The company changed its name to Arnold Busck after Wisbech left the company in 1902. More information...

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