Best Buy pledges hurricane relief



Best Buy has announced an $8 million relief package to help K-12 schools damaged or destroyed by recent hurricanes, as well as schools which have enrolled displaced students.
The firm is donating $5 million in computer equipment and networks to help rebuild damaged or destroyed facilities, working with state and local officials in areas affected by the disasters.
The package includes an emergency response programme called te@ch, worth up to $3 million, which will award Best Buy gift cards to K-12 schools in an effort to improve the classroom experience for students.