Best buy: A best buy indeed

Voskoboynik, Henry
September 1994
FW;9/1/94, Vol. 163 Issue 18, p12
Features Best Buy as the third largest consumer electronics retailer in the United States. Sales; Stock price decline; Remarks by Allen Lenzmeier, executive vice president; Total sales; Earnings per share; Number of stores; Number of additional outlets for 1994; Average size of store.


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