Once when a video was said to have "legs," it meant only good things: The title would sell or rent for a long time. With growing demand for DVDs, movies have been growing "legs" of a different kind, ones that carry them out store doors without payment. By far the biggest -- and in many cases the only -- complaint, by retailers about the sell-through video category is that too many DVD inventory units are being stolen. "What troubles us is that this is a dynamic category which seems to ...
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