Best Buy Earnings - Why Wall Street Hated Them

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Best Buy wasn't expected to light it up financially in the second quarter as sluggish demand for mobile phones and tablets weighed on results. Even considering Wall Street's low expectations, Best Buy's results were still a disappointment. The electronics retailer reported adjusted earnings of 44 cents a share vs. the Bloomberg consensus of 31 cents, marking the seventh ...

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