Best Buy founder Richard Schulze has resigned from his position as chairman and director, the Wall Street Journal reports. Schulze is said to be exploring options for his 20.1 percent stake in the company.
“On January 25, 1995, at 9:28 A.M. Moscow time, an aide handed a briefcase to Boris Yeltsin… A small light near the handle was on, and inside was a screen displaying information indicating that a missile had been launched four minutes earlier from somewhere in the vicinity of the Norwegian Sea, and that it appeared to be headed toward Moscow. Below the screen was a row of buttons. This was the Russian “nuclear football…” — The New Yorker