best buy leadership


08 Sep: ‘I’m Proud Of My Background’: A Celebration Of Latinx Heritage Month

Best Buy strives to attract and invest in talent that reflects the diversity of all communities and fosters an inclusive culture that embraces our differences.

We want all our employees to have an opportunity to achieve their dreams. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re highlighting a few of the many Latinx employees across the company who are doing just that.

Here are their stories.

Mario Hernandez, Territory Vice President, Fort Worth, TX

Mario Hernandez grew up with a large, multigenerational family in a small duplex in New Orleans.

Blog Photo - Matt Bilunas - 2019

24 Jul: Get to know Best Buy’s new CFO

Best Buy on Wednesday announced that company veteran Matt Bilunas will be our next chief financial officer. He replaces Corie Barry, who served in the role for three years before becoming CEO in June.

Matt has been with Best Buy since 2006, serving in a variety of financial leadership roles across the organization, both in the field and at corporate. He’s been a key member of the finance leadership team throughout our transformation.

We sat down with Matt to learn a little more about him.


24 Jul: Best Buy Names Company Veteran, Matt Bilunas, Its New Chief Financial Officer

Previous CFO, Corie Barry, Assumed Role of Best Buy CEO in June 2019


Minneapolis, July 24, 2019 – Best Buy Co., Inc. today announced that Matt Bilunas, the company’s Senior Vice President of Enterprise and Merchandise Finance, will be promoted to Chief Financial Officer, effective July 29, 2019.


A 13-year veteran of Best Buy, Bilunas has risen through the company’s finance organization and has held both corporate and field roles along with domestic and international positions. As the SVP of Enterprise and Merchandise Finance since 2017, he has been responsible for the company’s planning processes, including strategic planning, annual budgeting, monthly forecasting and capital planning.

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11 Jun: Corie Barry becomes fifth CEO in Best Buy history

There’s a new boss at Best Buy.

On Tuesday, Corie Barry becomes the fifth CEO in the company’s 53-year history. She replaces Hubert Joly, who led the company through a successful turnaround over the past seven years and will now become executive chairman as part of a planned leadership transition.

A Minnesota native, Corie has been with Best Buy for 20 years, most recently serving as the company’s chief financial and strategic transformation officer. She has been a member of the executive team for the past four years, playing a critical role in developing the company’s growth strategy.

12 Nov: Retired Williams-Sonoma Executive, Sharon McCollam, Returns to Retail as Best Buy’s New Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial Officer

MINNEAPOLIS, November 12, 2012 – Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE: BBY), the leading multi-channel retailer of technology products and services, today announced that Sharon McCollam, the retired Director, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating and Chief Financial Officer of Williams-Sonoma, Inc., will join the company as its new Chief Administrative and Chief Financial Officer, effective December 10, 2012. McCollam, 50, left Williams-Sonoma earlier this year after serving as an executive officer for more than 12 years.

As the Chief Administrative and Chief Financial Officer, McCollam will influence and shape all aspects of Best Buy’s operations and transformation strategy.