Corie Barry (Best Buy CEO) Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Children, Sexual Misconduct
Corie Barry Biography
Corie Barry is the CEO of Best Buy which is a provider of consumer technology products and services. She also serves on the company’s board of directors.
Corie Barry Age
Barry is 44 years old; she was born in 1975 in Cambridge, Minnesota, USA.
Corie Barry Education
Corie attended the College of St. Benedict graduating with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and management. She now serves on the board of trustees in the organization.
Corie Barry Husband
Corie is married although there no details about her husband in the public domain apart from his name is Marty.
Corie Barry Children
Barry and her husband has two children; a son and a daughter.
Corie Barry Best Buy
Corie serves as the CEO of Best Buy since June 2019. Prior to becoming the CEO she served in several other executive positions. Most recently she was the company’s chief financial and strategic transformation officer, overseeing strategic transformation and growth, digital and technology, global finance, investor relations, enterprise risk and compliance, integration management, and Best Buy Health.
She joined the company in 1999 and held a variety of financial and operational roles across the organization, both in the field and at the corporate office. In 2015 she became the CFO and prior to that, she served as chief strategic growth officer. She has also served as senior vice president of domestic finance and interim president of Best Buy’s services organization.
Prior to joining Best Buy, she began her career as an auditor at Deloitte & Touche. She also serves on the board of directors for Domino’s Pizza.
Corie Barry Sexual Misconduct
On January 17, 2019 Best Buy announced that they had launched an investigation into allegations that Corie Barry had been involved in a romantic relationship with a former Best Buy executive, Senior Vice President Karl Sanft. The company said that it received an anonymous letter dated December 7, 2019 about the claims.
The company said they had hired an outside law firm to help conduct the investigation. “Best Buy takes allegations of misconduct very seriously. We encourage the letter’s author to come forward and be part of that confidential process.”
In a written statement, Barry said, “The Board has my full cooperation and support as it undertakes this review, and I look forward to its resolution in the near term.”