Is Best Buy on the same slow but steady march to failure taken by CompUSA and Circuit City?
Samsung plans to put mini stores within all of Best Buy's stores in the next three months. Can it succeed where others have failed?
commentary Best Buy talks a lot about survival these days. It would be the last big box specialty electronics retailer to go.
Tweets from company employees indicate that the office supply stores will begin carrying Apple products in the U.S., although they don't indicate which products or when.
The retailer's founder is hoping to revive business by trimming prices while still focusing on customer service, says the Wall Street Journal.
The Microsoft Surface tablet needs the Microsoft Store -- or something just like it. The hey day of CompUSA-like big box retailers is fading fast.
More bad news for the big-box electronics retailer, which is facing stronger competition from online stores and other physical retailers.
Even if big-box consumer electronics retailers could conjure up the CEO of their dreams, times have changed.
The big-box retailer's saving grace has been its still humming mobile-devices business. But is it enough to save the company?
Microsoft and Apple Stores cheek by jowl? The more the merrier for consumers, and better for Microsoft, which needs to demonstrate it has competitive offerings too.