TV sales have been strong this holiday season, but as Best Buy's (BBY) FQ3 report demonstrated,...


TV sales have been strong this holiday season, but as Best Buy's (BBY) FQ3 report demonstrated, that isn't necessarily translating into higher profits for either TV makers or retailers, given the huge promotions needed to spur demand. Though the average size of a TV set sold in North America has risen to 38 inches, the average selling price is only $460 - less than the price of Apple's cheapest iPad.

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  • Papaswamp
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    Strange... I seem to recall Corning stating sales were weak....
    27 Dec 2011, 10:00 AM Reply Like
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