Then, April 23, 2009:

Blockbuster embraced software plus services by deploying Microsoft Online Services to update the undependable and outdated Lotus Notes environment while minimizing costs and impact to end users.
Now, CNET, July 3, 2010:

Exactly what Blockbuster's future will look like is anyone's guess. By being delisted from the NYSE, it seems as if yet another nail has been put into its coffin.
BNET, July 2, 2010:
It should be clear as crystal by this point that no miraculous financial turnaround is going to keep Blockbuster solvent. It's lost $1 billion over the past three years and has about $900 million in debt, all while customers increasingly rent movies by mail or off their cable service or computer.

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