Has the era of physical storefronts for tech products come to an end?
OldHippie 25 weeks ago
In the past few years, we have seen Circuit City pass into the ether, Best Buy face serious challenges to its survival, and now Radio Shack is closing thousands of stores. Have we reached the point where a physical storefront is not only unnecessary, it has become a liability?
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