Best Buy Co IncBBY:NYQ

36.42
0.30 / 0.82%
1.26m
14.64%
1.50
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
HubertJoly
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
4.25m USD
56
2012
Mr. Hubert Joly is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. He serving as President, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Best Buy Co., Inc. (2012-present); President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlson, Inc., a worldwide hospitality and travel company (2008-2012); President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, a business travel management company (2004-2008); senior executive positions with Vivendi S.A., a French multinational media and telecommunications company (1999-2004). Mr. Joly has a strong reputation as a turnaround and transformation expert, having begun his corporate career leading the struggling French division of Electronic Data Systems ("EDS"). In his three years with EDS, the company reversed its revenue slide, going from 1.3 billion French Francs to 2.1 billion, while significantly increasing profit margin. At Vivendi Universal, he helped lead the restructuring and growth of the company’s video game business, followed by the restructuring of the company itself. Prior to joining Best Buy, Mr. Joly was Chief Executive Officer of Carlson, where he led a renaissance across all its businesses, including its restaurant and hotel divisions. Before becoming Carlson's Chief Executive Officer, he led a subsidiary unit, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, growing its sales from $8 billion to $25 billion in four years. Mr. Joly serves on the boards of Ralph Lauren Corp. and the Minnesota Business Partnership, and the executive committee of the Retail Industry Leaders Association. He began his career with McKinsey and Company, where he was a partner. Mr. Joly is a graduate of École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Paris (HEC Paris) and of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris.
 
SharonMcCollam
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative Officer
2.74m USD
52
2012
 
ChristopherAskew
President, Services
--
51
2013
 
MaryKelley
President, e-Commerce
--
--
2014
 
ShariBallard
Chief Human Resource Officer and President, US Retail
1.85m USD
49
2004
 
MathewWatson
Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President - Finance, Controller, Principal Accounting Officer
--
44
2015
 
KeithNelsen
General Counsel, Secretary
1.27m USD
51
2011
 
R. MichaelMohan
Chief Merchandising Officer
1.65m USD
47
2014
 
RussellFradin
Lead Independent Director
--
59
2013
 
J.Doyle
Director
--
51
2014
 
BradburyAnderson
Independent Director
--
66
1991
 
LisaCaputo
Independent Director
--
51
2009
 
KathyHiggins Victor
Independent Director
--
58
1999
 
DavidKenny
Independent Director
--
53
2013
 
ThomasMillner
Independent Director
--
61
2014
 
GerardVittecoq
Independent Director
--
66
2008
 
MollieObrien
Senior Director of Investor Relations
--
--
2014
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