Good morning, everyone. Net earnings of $432.0 million, up from $238.0 million. Can you share with us, perhaps, like what you're seeing in home theater as an example on a quarter-to-date basis? I'd like to provide some insight into our approach, starting with three concepts we believe to be permanent and structural implications of the pandemic. For our second quarter, we are reporting revenue of $9.9 billion, which is growth of approximately 4% from the second quarter of last year. We also saw lower profit-sharing revenue from our private label and co-branded credit card arrangement, which impacted our gross profit rate by approximately 20 basis points. In our domestic segment, revenue for the total quarter increased 3.5% to $9.1 billion. This idea of tech and touch that we've talked about before, her life experiences in bringing those things together. What about gaming in advance of the two new platforms? Any strategic changes that you're thinking about on that business, or just any new different direction that you're going to go with, given the various skills that she brings over? And while it is still early, these new customers are showing a higher likelihood to return than new customers in the prior-year period. We also have plans in place that will allow us to adapt quickly if we needed through the remainder of the year. Now, I would like to turn the call over to Matt for more details on our Q2 financial results. On enterprise revenue of $9.9 billion, we delivered non-GAAP diluted earnings per share of $1.71 or an increase of 58% versus last year. Very nice quarter. Our Q2 non-GAAP earnings per share were $1.71 compared to $1.08 last year. The largest drivers of the expense decline were: One, lower store payroll expense of approximately $100 million. They're very favorably responding to the environment that we're creating. Finally, we have signed on as a founding member of the parity pledge in support of people of color. Just trying to understand what's driving the lack of flow-through right on the achievement against those -- the cost reduction program? From the very start of this crisis, we have been focused on guiding the business with two goals in mind: First, ensuring the health and safety of our customers and employees while protecting the employee experience as much as possible. From a merchandising perspective, as Corie mentioned, the largest comparable growth categories were computing, appliances and tablets. We want to hear from you. Some of the statements we will make today are considered forward-looking within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. And we definitely see that in our customer responses. As a reminder, we had 53% of our business done online versus 42% in Q1, so parcel expense is the biggest gross profit rate pressure. As a result, we are starting to evolve the way we use our stores for fulfillment. Nice execution here. We will also continue to provide great experiences like curbside pickup, in-store consultations and, of course, home installation of appliances, TVs, fitness equipment and more. And especially heading into back to school, you've got -- right now, our estimates are two-thirds of kids doing at-home learning. Sales at stores open at least a year grew by 5.8%, higher than the 2.3% that Wall Street expected. Overall, on an annual basis, the EBIT levels of both of those channels are actually pretty similar. Clearly, we are still operating in a dynamic environment, and much uncertainty remains around future outbreaks, government stimulus efforts and the economic impact of sustained high unemployment levels and ongoing shutdowns that vary by industry. Over time, there will be opportunities for employees to gain additional skill sets and be able to fulfill multiple roles, which will lead to additional scheduling, eligibility and flexibility. Peter, I'm going to take that one. The retailer brought back about two-thirds of the approximately 51,000 hourly workers that it furloughed, Barry said. [Operator instructions] As a reminder, this call is being recorded approximately 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time today. Got it. You noted that your share has largely recovered. For example, next month, we will be piloting a ship-from-store hub model to help handle significant volume pre-holiday and year-round. Yeah. Does Oracle Deserve More Credit for Q2 Results? Domestic total revenue of $9.13 billion, up 3.5% from $8.82 billion. And then, finally, the actual duration and depth of the virus and how that proceeds through the fall. Mollie O'Brien -- Vice President of Investor Relations. As we think back to the analyst day last year and the $1 billion cost reduction program, I think you spoke to in the fourth quarter, $160 million of savings against that plan in the back half of last year. I actually had just two quick follow-up questions to some that have already been asked. And just wanted to follow up on the promotional commentary, too, about why you don't necessarily see more pressure in Q3 year over year. Prior to reopening, we were retaining approximately 92% of last year's revenue at the start of Q2. Hi. But we do think one of the unique assets that we have is our ability to move with speed and, frankly, put the customer in control to experience us whatever way they want. And we would expect the product mix to continue similarly in Q3, assuming computing continues to be a higher mix of our business. So, we're really focused on the customer experience in advance of new handset launches this fall on 5G. We are planning for Q3 sales to be higher compared to last year, but likely will not continue at the current level of approximately 20%. You talked a lot about the shift to online. And then how do you think about the reduction in freight cost and the benefit that you'll get as you make this transition? I think that's pretty reflective of the -- both the importance of the role we play in the TV or the electronics industry and the importance of stores play because we switched from a negative trajectory in Q1 to a positive trajectory. So, we will continue to improve the customer experience to kind of improve the gross margin rates online and continue to look at our cost structure overall for both channels. We will continue to invest in those capabilities that focus on the customer experience over the long-term and that are designed to provide choice, speed and now safety. We're in a very unique time frame right now to determine exactly how much is structural or permanent reductions. And also, school opening and closing decisions and how long those stretch out in the period. Then as my follow-up, just unrelated. And it's hard to say how long that kind of hangover effect of that continues. Throughout this time period and across all the ways customers can shop, we have continued to adhere to safety protocols that limit capacity, follow strict social distancing practices and use proper protective equipment, including requiring our employees and customers to wear masks. Also wanted to commend you on all your -- everything you're doing from a social justice perspective. Stores, while it carries a little bit more gross profit rate, it carries a little bit more SG&A burden, so they kind of offset each other, and so similar EBIT levels -- or they're pretty similar EBIT level. And four, lower medical claims expense of approximately $25 million. To provide more predictability and pay, a 4% increase in hourly rate replaced short-term incentive compensation for hourly store employees below the leadership level. But as a result of the pandemic, we expect it will be higher than it has been historically. Best Buy Co Inc (BBY) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript Best Buy Co., Inc. (BBY) Q2 2019 Earnings Conference Call Transcript Best Buy Beats Estimates But Has a Big Earnings Drop So, this isn't about being seamless across channels, it's about being seamless for the customer. And 60% right now of what we're selling is flowing through our stores in some way, either curbside or in-store pickup or ship from store. The examples I just shared have largely stemmed from our response to the pandemic. And let me start by saying one of the implications we laid out in the script where we're talking of that customer shopping behavior has changed permanently. We'll now take a question from Matt McClintock with Raymond James. So, the first question I want to ask, I think, Corie, you discussed in your prepared comments just the degree to which new customers come in to Best Buy. It's really difficult to determine exactly how much. Our strategy is to embrace that reality and lead not follow. Trends across most categories improved materially throughout the quarter as we opened our stores for shopping, especially categories like large appliances and home theater that benefit from more experiential shopping. Today, we are reporting strong quarterly results, and we are encouraged to see the customer demand for our products and services, and proud of the amazing execution of our teams to these unprecedented times. Can you talk a little bit about your capacity to shift volume to that method? I think it's at least clear for us that they are customers for whom we may not have been in the consideration set prior. Honestly, the demand was so high as we opened the stores back up that we were not able to provide the level of service that we would have wanted. Thank you, Anthony, for the compliments. These statements may address the financial condition, business initiatives, growth plans, investments, and expected performance of the company and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from such forward-looking statements. We did make some enhancements so you can trade in your old connected device portfolio online because we're trying to be cognizant of what the customer is going to need. Two, lower advertising expense of approximately $40 million. So, what we've done is made some prudent and necessary steps to kind of look at our SG&A structure. Best Buy (BBY) came out with quarterly earnings of $1.71 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.09 per share. OK. Fair enough. So, it's a little bit the best of both worlds, which is why we're so experientially focused on creating the environment, both safety and choice, that will make us appealing for all customers. See you at the top! We are also expanding our use of augmented reality in the shopping experience. Best Buy's Sharp Share Drop Isn't Over. During the quarter, we repaid the full amount of our $1.25 billion credit facility that we had drawn in March. This growth was partially offset by declines in mobile phones and digital imaging. Matt will provide more detail later, but we expect Q3 SG&A expense to be more in line with last year's third quarter. The Board of Directors of Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE:BBY) has authorized the payment of a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.55 per common share. On a media call, Barry said Best Buy initially pulled back on inventory to control costs during the pandemic, but saw a flood of demand when customers could return to stores. And when we look at what we did for automation over the last three and the things that we had to do, it's very easy for us to receive products in our seven RDCs and then put them on the normal truck runs out to the stores that we already do and if we need to run extra trucks out to these 250 locations, so we can actually have rapid replenishment. The fewer labor hours were primarily due to stores being closed to non-appointment traffic for approximately half of the quarter and our reduced store operating hours. I can't give you the details of quarter to date, but we did talk about the improvement in our television performance. The decline in services was primarily due to a higher mix of online sales, which has a lower attach rate than in-store. As most of you know, we launched our in-home advisor program a few years ago. So, I think we found someone who has life experience that very closely aligns with where we think the strategy needs to go. The Best Buy earnings report sent BBY stock reeling. And so, we will update people as we go through the remainder of the year and into next year. And that will be an extended phenomenon as it's going to have kids going back and forth probably some school to work, but we're also seeing people want to entertain. Turning to profitability. Do the numbers hold … We're not going to give specifics. I mean, everything that people are doing right now is on the back of technology in their home, and it completely underscores our purpose and our philosophy, and that is you actually right now are enriching your life through technology. We're powered by the belief that our people matter most and diverse perspectives make us better. Earnings … And next we'll hear from Brian Nagel with Oppenheimer. Two, our workforce will need to evolve in a way that meets the needs of customers while also providing more flexible opportunities for our people. X The Richfield, Minn.-based company earned an adjusted $1.08 a share on sales of $9.54 billion in the quarter ended Aug. 3. You're sitting on over $5 billion worth of cash. We first -- we're always going to reinvest in our business to do what's right for our customers in the long term. The first one is just on supply chain, many fulfillment hubs for the stores that you're shifting to, to this model. Reinstatement of short-term incentive plans and the increase in advertising expense. And when you go through what we saw in Q1, that dramatic change of online sales -- going to online sales, you can't necessarily correct right away in those periods. "It's not about less stores," she said. And our digital experiences, such as chatting with an expert or leveraging a digital consultation in your home, remain popular options. For field leadership and corporate employees, we are reinstituting short-term incentive compensation programs for the back half of the year. And getting to the promotional question, I think what I said earlier was, promotionally, we'll probably be a little higher in Q3 than it was in Q2 and Q1, but fundamentally still not a pressure on a year-over-year basis. While still relatively small categories from a revenue standpoint, they are extremely relevant in today's environment and highlight our ability to leverage our digital-first mindset supported by our expertise around curation and supply chain. Does it have to do with still trying to control traffic into the store or the tighter inventory levels? Global Business and Financial News, Stock Quotes, and Market Data and Analysis. And some of that in Corie and Matt's prepared remarks are impacted by the fact we don't have as much inventory as we would like to have right now. In fact, in the last seven weeks of the quarter, online revenue grew approximately 180% over the same period last year. Stock Advisor launched in February of 2002. Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE: BBY) today announced results for the 13-week second quarter ended August 3, 2019 (“Q2 FY20”), as compared to the 13-week sec We ended the quarter with $5.3 billion in cash. It was actually a little less than we actually expected as we work through the quarter. Three, lower incentive compensation expense of approximately $30 million related to both field and corporate employees. Chris, thanks for the question. I think Deborah brings just exceptional experience combining technology with healthcare. So, I have a quick question then a follow-up. Clearly, as those change, it could affect promotionality. For example, she said, digital health, home fitness, sustainable living and outdoor and camping equipment have been popular online. With the commentary about sales growth up 20% in Q3 and you would expect that to moderate. We are leveraging localized data and analytics that allow us to pilot various services, like opening stores an hour earlier for consultations only. Yeah. And you're right, we said in the script that we've seen the share recover. That Consumer electronics retailer guided higher for full-year sales and earnings. August 25, 2020 07:00 AM CDT. For the full quarter, our domestic online revenue grew 240% from last year. So, we believe we continue -- we said it in Q1, we lost some share and we saw that trend continue again because our stores were largely closed. Best Buy (BBY) Q2 Earnings & Sales Beat Estimates, Up Y/Y. Revenue rose to $9.91 billion, from $9.54 billion a year earlier, and higher than analysts expected. Best Buy also announced that it is increasing its quarterly cash dividend by 10% to 55 cents a share. Although what I'm asking is, are there identifiable aspects of the sales growth today that you think will go away, whether that's back-to-school or some other category that's abnormally strong right now? I think about it in two different ways. CEO Corie Barry said additional stimulus would provide "a level of confidence and a backdrop against which customers feel like they have purchasing and spending power. And as a percentage of revenue, decreased approximately 500 basis points, primarily due to lower store payroll expense in Canada and the favorable impact of foreign exchange rates. He also cautioned that the retailer will have higher expenses as its stores are fully reopened. So, my question there is, is that -- do you think the weakness in mobile carry is more of a function of maybe a lack of product cycle or just the disruptions to the stores through most of the second quarter? The lower SG&A is a direct result of balanced but prudent decisions to lower costs in response to the uncertainty of the pandemic and our evolving operating model. Gross profit as a percentage of sales declined 100 basis points compared to last year, which partially offset the SG&A favorability. In relation to SG&A, we made several cost decisions in Q1, and as we entered Q2 to align with the lower sales and channel trends we were seeing and expecting to continue at that point. So far, positive trends have continued. Sales of large appliances and home theater have picked up as stores reopened. Mike talked about televisions and entertainment, and this idea back to sports and being able to start to at least watch sports again on devices. Yeah. The Ascent is The Motley Fool's new personal finance brand devoted to helping you live a richer life. However, we have not lost sight of the fact that people continue to suffer and we extend our sympathy to all those who have lost someone to this virus, are sick with COVID-19 or are facing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic. The lower store payroll expense represents a number of components, but the primary driver was fewer labor hours for our associates. This helped Best Buy grow its adjusted operating margin by 190 basis points y-o-y to 5.9%, driving a 58% surge in adjusted earnings per share to $1.71 in Q2. Our efforts have not gone unnoticed. Together, we've established two funds totaling more than $10 million, one for the benefit of any full or part-time employee meeting general financial help and a second for those who have become ill with the virus. Congratulations. She said manufacturers and its supply chain are "running at holiday levels.". All Rights Reserved. We will continue to add features and capabilities to the app to drive frequency, retention and personalization opportunities, all of which are significantly higher in the app than other digital channels. We talked a little bit about gaming and the demand there. I want to note that approximately $5 billion in revenue represents the most online revenue we have ever generated in a single quarter in the company's history, surpassing our previous all-time high by almost 40%. The health of our inventory remains strong and the lower inventory position reflects the inventory challenges Corie referenced earlier. We'll hear from Kate McShane with Goldman Sachs. Are you seeing wireless up? If you look at promotionality into Q3, we would expect that promotionality to be sequentially up from Q1 and Q2, but still not a year-over-year pressure. We still plan to be a premium dividend payer, and at some point, return all the excess cash to shareholders. Matt McClintock -- Raymond James -- Analyst. Clearly, the promotional cadence in events could change in Q3, and we -- holiday is -- will probably start earlier. [Operator instructions] We will begin with Steve Forbes with Guggenheim Securities. We believe it is essential to provide options that let customers choose what works best for them. Please go ahead. And so, I think the team has done a very nice job across however the customer wants to shop, meeting their needs. Even when stores opened for customer shopping, online sales growth continued to be extremely strong. Understood. In conclusion, we delivered very strong Q2 financial results in an environment that continues to evolve. But right now, our biggest priority is making sure when you're shopping on Best Buy's digital sites, and we talked about doubling the amount of app downloads, we really want to make sure when you're looking at the item you want, that to get it by data is accurate and it's competitive, and we feel very good about that. In last year’s third quarter, the electronics retailer reported $8.82 billion in sales and 41 cents per share in non-GAAP earnings. As a result, our in-home advisor program has morphed into a consultation across all channels model. Good morning. It's also a place that we're launching our own same delivery with our Best Buy team members, which is a lower cost than using a third-party service. The company declined to provide a financial outlook for the rest of the year. We're still very excited about the category and the experience we create. Best Buy posted adjusted earnings of 62 cents per share on $8.95 billion in revenue, compared to the consensus estimates of 47 cents per share and $8.85 billion. Though Best Buy posted better than expected earnings, the reaction in the shares was swift and negative. Analysts had expected Best Buy earnings of $1.08 a share on sales of $9.71 billion. Like many retailers, we are also operating at reduced store hours, and after reopening our stores, we were operating with approximately 20% fewer hours than last year to match customer demand patterns. That same-store sales growth was its highest in two years, even though its stores were open by appointment only for the first six weeks of the quarter. Best Buy (NYSE:BBY)Q2 2021 Earnings CallAug 25, 2020, 8:00 a.m. We recently announced to our employees, a new president of Best Buy Health, Deborah DiSanzo, who will start in September. Please refer to the company's current earnings release and our most recent 10-K for more information on these risks and uncertainties. And now, we'll take the question from Michael Lasser with UBS. Yeah. You repaid your entire revolving credit facility. Congrats on another spectacular quarter. Please go ahead. This compares to earnings of $1.08 per share a year ago. We do ship from all our stores not just the hubs, the hubs will be used to ship larger quantities. But overarchingly, we feel pretty strongly that we are in a good share position. We are always striving to attract and invest in talent that reflects the diversity of all communities and fosters an inclusive culture across the organization. Although we temporarily gave up some share while our stores were closed to customer traffic, according to our data, our share has largely recovered since reopening. The increase was driven by comparable sales growth of 15.1%, which was partially offset by 490 basis points of negative foreign currency impact. Best Buy earnings and sales on Tuesday beat Wall Street estimates for its fiscal second quarter. Zacks Equity Research Zacks Published. Enterprise comparable sales growth was 5.8% despite the fact that our stores were open by appointment only for the first six weeks of the quarter. Said differently, people are using technology to address their needs in ways they never contemplated before, and we play a vital role in bringing tech to life for both customers and our vendor partners. And second, making certain we come out of this moment a strong, innovative company. Comparable sales in the services category declined approximately 9%. And our second quarter also includes lapping last year's prime day business, where we do a lot of revenue with our own exclusive models with our Amazon Fire TV. We now have a system with tiered advisors, which provides more opportunities for more employees by matching employees with the needs of the customer. Now, clearly, there is a work-from-home, learn-from-home component to this. We see the demand is strong for larger products and for things that have additional features, higher resolution and clearly bigger screens as people are spending more time at home. We've been improving our digital experiences. I think there are a few -- I would characterize them more as unknowns as we look into the back half year. We thought that was a category that was going to be well down this year heading into new launches, and it's been performing. Hey. So, with those two included, we still have store labor hours that are slightly lower than last year. We also expect lower profit-sharing revenue from our credit card arrangement. Fundamentally, our allocation strategy has not changed. Online has typically had a little less -- a little more -- a little lower gross profit rate but a little bit more SG&A leverage. We are piloting more opportunities for virtual consultations with our blue shirts and in-home consultants, including abilities to share live video. We anticipate that our Q3 gross profit rate will continue to be pressured compared to last year, as we expect online sales will continue to be a higher percentage of our overall sales mix compared to the prior year. In terms of Q3, I would -- we would still expect to see a heightened customer demand and just, overall, some level of inventory constraints as we work through the quarter. And so, this only underscores our belief that our stores are a unique and powerful asset for us. Q3, 2021, 2022 Earnings Estimates for Lakeland Industries Ratcheted Up 1:20AM ET 9/15/2020 MT Newswires. The increase was driven by a comparable sales growth of 5%, which was partially offset by the loss of revenue from 25 stores that are permanently closed in the past year as part of our normal course of business. The customer is in charge. And I think our key is that we continue to remain incredibly focused on providing the experience that we would expect seamlessly across the channels, still with an emphasis on safety. And we've been able to use our analytics and algorithms to understand where the density in shipping volumes will come from. We also resumed our in-home sales consultations, adding to the other in-home services we provide like delivery, installation and repair, we had previously resumed back in May. During the pandemic, she said the company has seen new growth areas emerge. As you would imagine, these concepts are extensive and interdependent, and we are both implementing change today and assessing future implications across our business. And as we've said, promotionality will likely be a little bit more in Q3. Welcome to Best Buy's First Quarter Fiscal 2021 Earnings Call. Please go ahead. Then in the last seven weeks of the quarter, total sales grew 16% compared to the same period last year. Over time, this should allow us to deliver a more productive fulfillment model. One, customer shopping behavior will be permanently changed in a way that is even more digital and puts customers entirely in control to shop how they want. We expect this will be offset by higher advertising expense as we prepare for our earlier start to the holiday season, as well as increased variable costs from the anticipated revenue growth. To be clear, in Q2, the primary gross profit rate pressure we saw was coming from supply chain in the form of higher parcel expense. Matt, it's Mike. Returns as of 12/21/2020. That's helpful. Our gross profit rate as a percentage of sales was higher than our expectations going into the quarter, driven by a more favorable promotional environment and a higher mix of sales from the stores channel. Best Buy Co Inc (BBY) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript BBY earnings call for the period ending August 3, 2019. But the demand curves that we saw when we opened our stores have continued as we've entered into August well beyond just the traditional back-to-school categories. Overall, as we plan for the back half of the year, we continue to weigh many factors, including a potential future government stimulus actions, the current shift in personal consumption expenditures from areas like travel and dining out, the possible depth and duration of a pandemic, the risk of continued higher unemployment and the availability of inventory to match customer demand. And we're one of the leaders in a new public-private partnership called ConnectedMN that will provide computers and Internet access to thousands of youth in our home state. We were a pioneer in this whole idea of buy online and pick up in store, which allowed us to be the first major retailer to figure out how do we ship from store. On August 2, the beginning of our third quarter, we implemented a new pay structure that reflects an ongoing evolution and is the result of clear and consistent feedback from field employees across the country. We are also evolving the way we work to position employees to serve customers based on need, irrespective of channel. Thank you. Historically, you've highlighted that e-comm has a lower contribution margin. To meet this increased demand, we have now returned approximately two-thirds of the furloughed associates. Thanks for taking my questions. Q2 FY21 Best Buy Co., Inc. Earnings Call. 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