The Fall of Circuit City Stores Inc. Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

January 16, 2009, after a dismal holiday season, Circuit City was forced liquidation. Unable to meet the demands of creditors, and without a buyer in sight, Circuit City began the process of liquidation of the remaining 567 U.S. stores. Circuit City has been a leader in the retail consumer electronics for nearly twenty years, when profits reached its peak in 2000. Which led to a drastic reduction? Why three leaders are not able to turn it around? Whether these problems are before the peak in 2000? "Hide
by John R. Wells, Galen Danskin Source: Harvard Business School 21 pages. Publication Date: September 14, 2012. Prod. #: 713402-PDF-ENG

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