Best Buy Co To Slash Store Jobs To Cut Costs: WSJ

Best Buy Co To Slash Store Jobs To Cut Costs: WSJ
  • Best Buy Co Inc BBY is slashing store jobs to lower costs as the spending habits of customers change, the Wall Street Journal reported.
  • Best Buy had around 105,000 workers in the U.S. and Canada as of January, a 125,000 drop from early 2020.
  • The company had cut its sales and profit estimates for Q2, signaling a shift in consumer spending due to high levels of inflation.
  • Many other corporations, including Walmart WMT and Ford F have decided to cut jobs, and technology giants like Microsoft and Facebook have stooped hiring for certain roles.
  • Price Action: BBY shares closed lower by 0.16% at $80.30 on Friday.

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