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Best Buy Co Inc (BBY.N)

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12 Nov 2018
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Slowing online sales hurt Best Buy's second quarter, shares drop

Best Buy Co Inc on Tuesday reported a drop in quarterly online sales growth and offered a profit forecast for the current quarter that fell short of analyst estimates, sending its shares down more than 5 percent in afternoon trading. | Video

UPDATE 5-Slowing online sales hurt Best Buy's 2nd qtr, shares drop

Aug 28 Best Buy Co Inc on Tuesday reported a drop in quarterly online sales growth and offered a profit forecast for the current quarter that fell short of analyst estimates, sending its shares down more than 5 percent in afternoon trading.

Best Buy second quarter online sales slow, shares drop

Aug 28 Best Buy Co Inc on Tuesday reported online sales that decelerated for a second quarter in a row, sending its shares down 7 percent in premarket trade.

Best Buy to acquire health services company GreatCall for $800 million

Best Buy Co Inc said on Wednesday it would buy health services provider GreatCall Inc for $800 million in cash, its largest acquisition ever, as it focuses on selling products and services to an aging U.S. population.

UPDATE 2-Best Buy to acquire health services company GreatCall for $800 mln

Aug 15 Best Buy Co Inc said on Wednesday it would buy health services provider GreatCall Inc for $800 million in cash, its largest acquisition ever, as it focuses on selling products and services to an aging U.S. population.

Best Buy to buy health services company GreatCall for $800 mln

Aug 15 Best Buy Co Inc said on Wednesday it would buy health services provider GreatCall Inc for $800 mln in cash, adding a clutch of products tailored for aging consumers.

Best Buy first-quarter comparable sales jump, shares up

NEW YORK, May 24 Best Buy Co Inc, the No. 1 U.S. consumer electronics retailer, reported a forecast beating rise in same-store sales in the first quarter, helped by strong customer demand, sending its shares up 2 percent in premarket trade.

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