Best Buy may be pulling the plug on its lineup of electric two-wheelers due to poor sales, but that doesn't mean they want to get out of the EV business entirely. Rocco Pendola from Seeking Alpha had a chance to sit down with Best Buy and discuss some of their future market strategies. The electronics giant told Pendola it sees electric vehicles simply as a "computer on wheels." Like any computer, EVs may break down or need service, and the Geek Squad could be there to assist right in your drive
With sales of scooters up 50 percent in the first quarter of 2011, you'd think that Best Buy, which has been peddling electric two-wheelers for years, would be rolling in the dough. Apparently, that's not the case.
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