Netflix vs. Blockbuster

Gunderson, Amy
October 2007
Inc.;Oct2007, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p32
The article presents statements of some entrepreneurs regarding the rivalry between Nefflix and Blockbuster on providing DVD services. Jamie Cheng, co-founder of Helium Report, states that Nefflix should work with music labels and music artists who are having hard time to sell their music. Jim Hughes, founder of the Brand Establishment, suggests Neflix to consider rethinking their prices and the quality of their service. Bill Troy, president of Troy Research, stresses the need of Nefflix of a change in its management.


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