How Best Buy's New Approach Makes Shopping More PersonalThe Minnesota-based company is starting an in-home sales service for anything from television sets to kitchen appliances.
Twin Cities Shoppers Line Up For Deals After Thanksgiving FeastsStores opened as early as 5 p.m. across the Twin Cities, with retailers beginning their deals for the holiday shopping season.
What Seasonal Jobs Are Out There? And Who's Doing Them?Christmas is 74 days away -- which means it's prime season for retailers looking for holiday help.
A Reality Check On Minnesota's Bid For Amazon's 2nd HQMinnesota is entering a 50-state sweepstakes to win one of the most lucrative prizes in a generation.
Report: Best Buy To Close 2 Stores In MinnesotaBest Buy will be closing two of its stores in the Twin Cities area in late October, according to reports.
Are Consumers Protected Against Price Gouging?Price gouging, especially during emergency situations, is infuriating to most everyone who sees it. But, it's also difficult to define.
Best Buy Apologizes Over $42 Case Of Water Amid HarveyThe Texas Attorney General told the reporter who tweeted the photo it had received 550 complaints of price gouging since Harvey hit.
Best Buy Shares Slip Amid Sluggish Sales, Weak OutlookBest Buy reported lagging sales in the fourth quarter and delivered a weak outlook as the nation's largest electronics chain grappled with a shortage of popular items like drones and tablets that is expected to continue well into this year.
Trump Meets With CEOs, Including Target's, Best Buy'sHe said tax rates would be lowered and simplified in a "massive" plan that "will be submitted in the not too distant future."
Best Buy CEO: Changes Are 'Resonating With Customers'Best Buy is back, and on a roll. Their stock shot up 15 percent last week following an increase in sales and profits. It is a far cry from where the Minnesota-based company was just three years ago.
Online Sales Help Increase Best Buy 3Q ProfitsHigher demand for mobile phones and online sales helped boost revenue and profit for Best Buy Co. in the third quarter.
Best Buy To Pay $3.8M For Selling Previously Recalled ProductsRichfield-based Best Buy has agreed to pay a $3.8 million civil penalty for distributing and selling previously recalled consumer products, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced Monday.

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