HOUSTON -- ETD Corp. here, a major supplier of entertainment products to supermarkets, last month said it would no longer deliver video and DVD recordings. Some in the industry speculated that the exit of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, from the video rental business in the past year might have heralded the end for ETD's video distribution division. Ron Eisenberg, chief executive, ETD, told SN that Kroger comprised "close to half" of the company's video and DVD business. "Supermarkets are fairly ...

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