I've seen a lot of stories that proclaim "The Death of Blockbuster" (including this one from News.com, Say goodbye to Blockbuster).
I hardly think we've seen the last of Blockbuster, but they do have a tough road ahead of them. Blockbuster Chairman Jim Keyes is just getting started, and he might have saved the company by pulling out of the expensive online war with Netflix. With Movie Gallery out of the way, refocusing on stores and getting more revenue of of their 20 million monthly customers makes sense in the short-term. Keep in mind that it's going to be a while before DVD goes away (and my Dad watches a movie online).
Do you think Blockbuster is down for the count?
Thanks to Jason for sending this in.