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  • Sheriff: Deputy fired for overbilling Best Buy for security work

    A Spokane County Sheriff’s deputy was fired this week after he billed a local business for work he didn’t do, Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich said Tuesday. Deputy Charles “Chuck” …


  • Despite positive developments, Best Buy still comes with risks

    Shares of electronics retailer Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) have fallen by more than 40 percent over the past year, leaving some wondering whether it’s a bargain now. Well, opinions are …


  • Retailers embrace price-checking shoppers

    Many holiday shoppers this year are carrying powerful bargain-hunting tools: smartphones or tablets. With instant price-checking apps, smartphones have spawned a trend called showrooming. That’s what happens when a shopper …


  • Best Buy to cut costs and close stores

    Best Buy Co. said it plans to close 50 U.S. big box stores and open 100 small mobile locations in the U.S. in fiscal 2013 and cut $800 million in …


  • Earnings report provides some upbeat news for Best Buy

    Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) recently announced its 2010 fourth-quarter and full-year earnings, and most news coverage focused mainly on the negatives: weak TV sales; same-store sales down 4.6 percent; operating …


  • GEEK PHILOSOPHY

    MINNEAPOLIS – Robert Stephens recalls with precision the night he signed the deal that would put his sassy startup, Geek Squad, under the massive corporate umbrella of Best Buy. Parked …


  • Stores say iPad hype outweighs supply

    Some people will be able to walk into the two Spokane Best Buy stores on Saturday and buy an iPad, the new tablet computer developed by Apple. But they’ll be …

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