NEW YORK ( CNBC) --It's going to take more than a new CEO to fix Best Buy'sproblems, but at least it's a start. At best, it's a signal the board is getting ready to be more aggressive about shaking things up and reinventing the brand. Although Best Buy ( BBY) shares popped after the news broke that Brian Dunn resigned and a search for a new CEO is underway, the euphoria was short-lived and Best Buy shares have since retreated. That is likely an acknowledgement of the tough task ahead. "They need a new, strong operating CEO to help come in and do some radical things to make some changes," said Joe Feldman, assistant director of research at Telsey Advisory Group.
By Christina Cheddar Berk, News Editor
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