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UK retailer Ebuyer contemplates move from virtual to physical

Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
February 3, 2014
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After the collapses of Comet, Game, HMV and Blockbuster, the UK's high street has proven to be the elephant's graveyard of tech retailers. However, following Samsung's announcement that it'll open statement stores in the country, another business is considering doing the same. British online-only outfit Ebuyer has hinted that it could open a UK retail chain to compete with last man standing Dixons. Who knows? Perhaps those long-empty Comet stores might get another chance to serve their intended purpose.

In this article: Business, Comet, Dixons, eBuyer, Retail, UK
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