Is Best Buy on the same slow but steady march to failure taken by CompUSA and Circuit City?
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.
Company, which sells tech online via TigerDirect, CompUSA, and Circuit City sites, announces the resignation of Gilbert Fiorentino, CEO of its technology products group.
The retailer went bankrupt in late 2007, but the new owner is trying to revive the brand.
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Hardware deals appeared scant, but a stroll through the aisles in downtown SF reveal plenty of cheap software, including heavily discounted Windows and Office.
Extended warranties, gift cards, rain checks, and rebates will be honored. All sales are now final.
The retail electronics chain was purchased Friday by a private equity firm, which says it will close the remaining stores.
A rumor has been circulating on the Web claiming CompUSA will close in February. Wondering if it's true, Don Reisinger decided to tackle the issue and decide if it's really true.
After closing its stores, electronics retailer gets a Web relaunch that closely resembles the sites of CompUSA and TigerDirect, also run by Systemax.