Retailers are hoping that less really is more. Video predictions for the fourth quarter range from gloomy to optimistic in an atypical year marked by evolving rental programs and dwindling sell-through hits. Retailers and wholesalers share concerns about the breadth of product, as well as the lack of a title to equal last fall's dominant mega-hit, "Titanic." "Sales will still be strong in the fourth quarter," said Gary Schloss, vice president for general merchandise at Carr Safeway, ...
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