Thursday, September 23, 2010
News: Blockbuster Files for Chapter 11
Couldn't have happened to a more deserving company. Except maybe Sprint. Or United Airlines. Or General Motors. Oh. Wait. At least there won't be a bailout. So far, all 3,000 stores will stay open, but there's supposedly a list of 1,000 that could get cut. From Engadget. You can also read about Blockbuster's missteps along the way on Wikipedia.
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