Shared January 15, 2020
Once valued as a $3 billion company, Blockbuster owned over 9,000 video-rental stores in the United States. But in 2010, after turning down the chance to buy Netflix, Blockbuster filed for bankruptcy with almost $1 billion in debt. So, what happened?
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