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Beaten Not Broken
3/4/2015 - Yesterday, the stock of the day was Best Buy (BBY) which posted earnings that beat the street by $0.14 and also, management issued a special $0.51 dividend while raising its quarterly dividend by 21% and commencing upon a $1 billion share buyback. However, none of these are why BBY is the stock of the day.

In December 2012, BBY was crashing, plunging to decade old lows as everyone wrote off the business model as obsolete in an online world. Management made changes and the stock is now enj... MORE

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