For many retailers, video is getting old -- and that's been very good for business. While the new-release hit movies usually sell for close to cost, at cost, or even below cost, catalog sell-through programs at low price points are providing supermarkets with a new source of profits. When merchandised prominently, impulse purchases of these older movies follow as consumers seek to build up their libraries of movies on DVD. Shrink remains a concern, but worries over it are lessened by a new ...

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