New York - Hours after Dish Network emerged as the winning bidder for Blockbuster Inc.,
analysts are wondering just what will the satellite giant do with the troubled
video rental chain.
Dish emerged early Tuesday as the winning
bidder for Blockbuster, beating bids from activist investor Carl Icahn and a
group of bondholders led by hedge fund Marathon Alternative Capital, agreeing to
pay $320 million for the troubled video chain.
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