PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here, a widely acknowledged leader in supermarket video, will close its rental departments, putting more of an emphasis on sell-through DVDs and automated rental kiosks, a company spokesman confirmed. The chain received SN's first Supermarket Entertainment Retailer of the Year Award in 2002 for its comprehensive approach to video that included video games, sell-through and some of the most attractively designed rental store-within-stores in the grocery business. ...

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