Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) has just reported missing EPS estimates by a staggering 75%, and its share price is down 31% overall this month. Is this a company not long for this world? In this video, Motley Fool analysts Blake Bos and Austin Smith take a closer look at just how bad the damage is. They discuss Best Buy's new CEO and his disappointment with the company's current position, and take a look at just how low the company's cash flow is compared with its debts. For Best Buy, this holiday season may be do or die.
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