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FICO completes acquisition of fraud prevention firm Adeptra

Minneapolis-based Fair Isaac Corp. has finished its $115 million acquisition of Connecticut-based Adeptra Ltd., the Associated Press reports. FICO is best known for its credit rating system.
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Minneapolis-based Fair Isaac Corp. has finished its $115 million acquisition of Great Britain-based Adeptra Ltd., the Associated Press reports. FICO is best known for its credit rating system.

Last month, Fair Isaac Corp. eliminated 31 positions from its Twin Cities workforce.

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