With supermarket video looking ahead to uncertain times as it enters a new decade, it's instructive to look back at the industry changes wrought in the last one. "Many factors came up during that period," said Bill Glaseman, video specialist, Bashas', Chandler, Ariz., "including the growth of Blockbuster, Hollywood and the bankrupt Video Update. In addition, the growth of the Internet and computer games dug into the overall volume." The 1990s saw entrances and exits among all market ...

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