Tribbey, Chris
December 2007
Home Media Magazine;12/30/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 51, p6
Trade Publication
The article states that Blockbuster is expected to rebound in the coming months, according to the findings of a stock evaluation from U.S. Equity Research conducted on December 19, 2007. It notes that the Total Access service of the firm as well as its new kiosk rental service offer several opportunities for Blockbuster. The report says the company is expected to end the year with approximately $5.4 billion in revenue, a 2 percent decline from 2006.


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