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Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball
Posted by Peter Suciu on 2013-11-07 15:44:07
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Dish Network on Wednesday announced that it will close its 300 remaining Blockbuster stores by early January and will end its Blockbuster By Mail service by mid-December. The company cited increased competition from digital and on-demand entertainment. Dish acquired Blockbuster in April 2011 for $320 million. At the time, it announced that it would keep 90 percent of the stores in operation and retain 15,000 employees. However, the company later announced that it would examine the stores on a case-by-case basis.





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Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball  Peter Suciu  2013-11-07 15:44:07
Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball  RogDog  2013-11-07 16:02:04
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