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New company moving into part of Best Buy's headquarters in Richfield

A new company is moving into part of Best Buy's corporate headquarters complex in Richfield. The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports the Golden Valley-based debt collection agency DCM Services will take over the sixth floor of Building A. The move is part of Best Buy's plan to find ways to save money.
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A new company is moving into part of Best Buy's corporate headquarters complex in Richfield. The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports the Golden Valley-based debt collection agency DCM Services will take over the sixth floor of Building A. The move is part of Best Buy's plan to find ways to save money.

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