DALLAS -- Blockbuster here will "significantly" increase its copy depth this holiday season when it expects more people to travel less because of concern over the Y2K computer glitch, the company reported this month. he survey found that 45% of respondents said they either "plan to" or "will probably" stay home, and 49% are "very" or "somewhat" likely to rent movies on New Year's Eve. "While there's a lot of mania surrounding our entry into the new millennium, the truth is most people are ...

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