Best Buy (BBY +4.1%) continues to drift higher without any concrete news out on the company or...

Best Buy (BBY +4.1%) continues to drift higher without any concrete news out on the company or Richard Schulze's go-private plan. NBG's Brian Sozzi says the read-through from the sluggish electronics sales numbers pulled from today's retail sales report is that the retailer's competitive prices aren't doing much to push revenue higher.

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  • Lyle Larson
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    When a guest enters a Best Buy store they should be greated by an associate and given a tour of the store while they tell their story. That guest should be made to believe they are the most important person that ever shopped at Best Buy. Instead..... a person approaches the guest and asked "can I help you? We aren't on commission so just look around and if you have any questions just ask any of us and we will help you. (read from the box is what they mean)


    As a share holder I am so dissapointed in the company's effort to be different. They still use the OLD ad format that has been in existance for years. They should look like a Target ad. I live only a few miles from the headquarters and their two test stores, Richfield and Eden Prairie and all I can say is that they are missing the mark to "dazzel" their customers with knowledge and friendlyness.
    13 Feb 2013, 03:40 PM Reply Like
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