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It had been stuck at a two-star rating for years, but enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Coinstar
Many CAPS members like the success that Coinstar is enjoying with its DVD rental and coin-counting businesses and anticipate that Redbox will drive strong growth for the company. In addition to locations in select Wal-Mart Stores
The company is facing some of the same issues as Netflix
Coinstar is also considering putting more products like video games and Blu-ray through its kiosks, keeping the heat on competitors like Blockbuster
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