Circuit City Stores, Inc is the name of a defunct American multinational consumer
electronics corporation. It was founded ...
Mar 8, 2009 ... A look at the history of consumer electronics retailer Circuit City Stores Inc.
Nov 11, 2008 ... 2 electronics retailer in the U.S., Circuit City, filed for bankruptcy. ... and was
founded by Samuel S. Wurtzel as a television store in 1949 (it now ...
Circuit City was founded by Samuel S. Wurtzel in 1949 under the name Wards
Company. The store named “Wards” was an acronym of Wurtzel's family name's:
Jan 27, 2016 ... The iconic Circuit City brand is coming back, and a Richmond native is ... Circuit
City was founded in 1949 when Samuel S. Wurtzel opened the ...
Consumer electronics store founded 1949 as Wards Company, by Samuel S. ...
As no buyer was found by January 2009, Circuit City will liquidate its assets.
Oct 22, 2012 ... Alan Wurtzel, son of Circuit City founder Sam Wurtzel and a former 13-year CEO
of the now-defunct consumer electronics retailer, is critical of a ...
Jun 26, 2014 ... Richard L. Sharp, the longtime chief executive of the now-defunct electronics
retailer Circuit City and a founder of the used-car dealership chain ...
Nov 26, 2008 ... A national financial crisis pushed Circuit City into bankruptcy, but years of
missteps and inattention to the founding father's vision — electronics ...
Nov 11, 2008 ... Circuit City, founded in 1949 as a Richmond appliance store, recorded annual
profit of nearly $200 million just a few years ago. But the past ...