AMZN is worse than BBY, which is way over priced. AMZN had been for many years, and remains a revenue generator that lacks the means to convert it into revenues, something at least BBY has managed to do for most of it's life. Heck almost any moron can sell a ton of merchandise when they are willing to sell it without a profit.
Friend, no one really minds your non-sensical posts about single moms but now you're simply lying.
For the record in FY 2013, Best Buy reported free cash flow of $965M.
"Adjusted free cash flow FY13 was $965 million versus the most recently provided guidance of $500 million. This better-than-expected outcome was primarily driven by an aggressive inventory reduction plan and an intense focus on working capital and cash flow management initiatives that were both implemented after the company’s last financial press release, in addition to the impact of better-than-expected Q4 FY13 earnings."
Check they lost Money. Check FOOLS article.
The bottom line is a different story. Looking at a more recent results, Best Buy delivered diluted earnings per share of ($3.36) in fiscal year 2012 and ($0.73) in FY 2013. The loss narrowed, but it's still south of the border.