Wholesalers are gearing up for growth in writable compact discs, but as is often the case with new items, finding space for them is the biggest problem. "The future of CD-Rs looks very good," said a general merchandise executive with a national wholesaler, who asked to not be identified. "It should do very well, and anyone should consider getting into that market because it is growing so fast." The problem for many independents is space. "We've been dabbling with it a little bit, with some ...

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