Consumer goods analyst Austin Smith discusses whether Best Buy can reverse course. In a questionable move, the retailer gave 100 managers lucrative retention bonuses not tied to performance, rewarding the employees who put Best Buy in its current mess. In other areas as well, it looks like the company has not learned anything and will continue to underperform.
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