It will be a Happy New Year for DVD. Retailers predict that Christmas gifts of reasonably priced DVD players, combined with more titles available for sell-through, will ignite business in 2003. They will adjust their VHS-DVD mix as demand for the new format increases. At the same time, however, retailers will have to monitor two issues brought on by DVD's increasing popularity: one, the effect that low-priced titles will have on rental, and two, the nettlesome problem of theft. "We're ...

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