Austin Ligon, co-founder and past president/CEO of CarMax, talks about Circuit City's entrepreneurial spirit. Not only did that spirit drive the development of CarMax in the 1990s, it continues to live on in many former Circuit City employees who have recently created new companies. In this clip, Austin singles out Richmond-based "Zigmo" as an example of Circuit City's entrepreneurial legacy.

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November 11, 2010
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Tom Wulf

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November 4, 2010
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