Blockbuster Creditors Should Call It Quits, Poll Says
The flailing movie rental retailer, which filed for bankruptcy protection in September of last year, is reportedly asking creditors led by billionaire Carl Icahn for another $200 to $250 million.
But investors have apparently had enough, and are in the mood to dish out some tough love to Blockbuster. Some 54.8% of voters in our weekly poll said creditors shouldn't lend the company any more money, while 45.2% are still hopeful that Blockbuster will be able to rebound with more cash.
Those who believe Blockbuster shouldn't be given any more help say the 28-day window it boasts for receiving new movies is a "gimmick" of "no real value."One commenter said: "I believe Blockbuster's only asset at this juncture is its name 'Blockbuster,' and
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