Best Buy closing 5 stores in Twin Cities

That includes stores in Edina, Brooklyn Center, Hutchinson, Lakeville and Rogers. Best Buy on Thursday announced it would close 50 of its big-box locations in total and lay off 400 corporate and support workers.
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That includes stores in Edina, Brooklyn Center, Hutchinson, Lakeville and Rogers. Best Buy on Thursday announced it would close 50 of its big-box locations in total and lay off 400 corporate and support workers.

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