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Will Sales Taxes Save Best Buy?

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Fri, 11 Jan 2013

Best Buy (NYSE: BBY ) shares closed up 5 percent at $12.21 on Thursday following news that the company was reclaiming market share from online retailers now forced to charge sales tax in some states. Then, on Friday morning, Best Buy reported that sales at stores open at least one year fell 1.4% in

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