Entries in 'Blockbuster' (108)
US entertainment chain Blockbuster has reportedly agreed to sell itself to consortium Cobalt Video Holdco, though its future as a business remains very much open to speculation.
After five long years, Gran Turismo fans will be able to pick up the eagerly awaited fifth instalment in the racing series for just under a quid.
After the most traumatic year in the chain’s history, rental and entertainment retailer Blockbuster is bursting back into life in the US with its first nationwide advertising campaign since 2007.
As Premier League football clubs prove on a yearly basis, having a lot of debt doesn’t necessarily mean you are a bad business.
Blockbuster UK is on the offensive following the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of its US parent.
The long and drawn-out demise of US rental giant Blockbuster looks to be reaching a conclusion with predictions that the retailer could file for bankruptcy as soon as the end ...
Budget multiformat game Pure Football has been advertised by Blockbuster for £9.99 – less than two months after it hit store shelves.
Blockbuster UK is not closing any stores and is a profitable business, insists MD Martin Higgins.
The firm broke its silence after news emerged that its US parent could face ...
Rental giant Blockbuster is looking to sell off its entire international business, including its 650-store UK operation.
The troubled tale of former movie rental giant Blockbuster has taken a turn for the worse with the company admitting for the first time that a fall into bankruptcy could ...
The European arm of rental specialist Blockbuster is up for sale, according to newspaper reports.
Some of Blockbuster’s 650 UK stores could be at risk as the company seeks to slash property costs.
US retailer Blockbuster has posted some disturbing numbers for its most recent financial quarter, with Q4 net losses at the company hitting $434.9m – up on the already savage $359.8m ...
Blockbuster said yesterday that it may be forced to close up to 960 outlets by the end of next year – a fifth of its overall store count.
Blockbuster is finally extending its rental range to include DS and Wii titles, MCV can reveal.