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Great Job, Internet!: A primer on the rise, fall, and possible resurrection of Circuit City

For decades, Circuit City was a popular, near-ubiquitous retailer of consumer electronics and physical media. But industry changes and poor management decisions caused the New York-based chain to cease operations in 2009. Seven years later, the American landscape is still dotted with the remains of former Circuit City locations, betrayed by those unmistakable red entryways.
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