Electronics Retailers: No End in Sight to the Bleeding
Best Buy, Conn's, hhgregg, and RadioShack may look cheap, but that doesn't mean they won't become cheaper in the future as Amazon continues gaining market share versus traditional brick-and-mortar electronics retailers.
Investor Beat, March 4, 2014
The top business stories from Tuesday's market, for today's Foolish investor.
Who Is the Next RadioShack?
Can RadioShack possibly be saved? And who will be the next to fall?
RadioShack Proves That You Cannot Compete With Wal-Mart, Let Alone Amazon.com
The Super Bowl ad was right; everything at RadioShack is stuck in the 1980's, including the company's view of the retail market.
Best Buy vs. Amazon: The Battle No One Will Win
Best Buy was supposed to turn into an Amazon showroom, but it has turned the page against Amazon. This is great news for customers but not for shareholders.
January Retail Sales Aren't Bad Enough to Keep the Dow Down
The economy is still growing, but not as quickly as some investors might like. The worst news came from the electronics sector, as other retailers held up respectably well.
The Secret to Sales Success, 1 Customer at a Time
Companies like Starbucks know that each customer matters to the bottom line, and those companies are making the most of it.
Can This Month's 3 Worst Stocks Be Next Month's Big Winners?
hhgregg, Qiwi, and J.C. Penney collapsed in January. One of these three might be ready to run again.
Can Best Buy, Conn's, and hhgregg Bounce Back?
Best Buy and Conn's follow hhgregg lower in January.