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Blockbuster's ailing UK stores sold to investment firm

LONDON (Reuters) - Blockbuster's chain of film and computer game rental shops in Britain has been sold to an investment firm, two months after the struggling retailer went into a form of bankruptcy protection, administrators said on Saturday.Full story

Buyer found for UK Blockbuster stores

The DVD and games rental store Blockbuster has been sold to restructuring specialists Gordon Brothers Europe after filing for a form of U.K. bankruptcy earlier this year. Full story

Blockbuster On Demand gives streaming a second chance, with odd limitations

Blockbuster hasn't had much success shifting from physical rentals to digital, even under Dish's wing. Nonetheless, it's betting that the umpteenth time's the charm with a relaunch of its Blockbuster On Demand streaming movie service. The revamp ticks many of the checkboxes for a modern by-the-titl Full story

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The logo of a Blockbuster shop is seen in south London January 16, 2013. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

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People walk past a Blockbuster shop in south London

People walk past a Blockbuster shop in south London January 16, 2013. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

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A man stands outside a Blockbuster shop in south London

A man stands outside a Blockbuster shop in south London January 16, 2013. REUTERS/Paul Hackett