I'm a bit confused... Game Stop is up because of the new consoles? But the Xbox 360 games will be coded to their "owner's" box. So you can't resell them. The the new Playstation is supposed to be the same. So what is Game Stop going to resell? Which is a huge part of their business.
And weren't all the "experts" saying that this was the year that Best Buy was going under? But we are supposed to believe those same "experts" now?
Help me with these...
Yeah MSNBC the same morons that carry water for Obama and look how that is turning out...country going bankrupt.
I wouldn't believe anything these idiots say, predict or report
AMD is a good chip company and I would think they will be around for awhile, besides that we need AMD to keep Intel from a monopoly.
Best Buy can turn around if they can do two things boost customer service and continue to price match Amazon.
Micron made some good chips, so I would not call them dead. The laptop and PC market isn't dead yet, but micron makes chips for other things as well.
They just don't get it. They are hostile, fraudulent, and liars. Their customer service is laughable. They store policies are awful. They deserve to be shuttered.
MSN told of their impending doom earlier in the year, but today they are a good company worth buying?
What's up with that? Nothing changed except some sharks are skimming money in a pump-and-dump operation.
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