Blockbuster Moving HQ from Texas to Colorado

Move to take 150 management positions to Denver area

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    Customers enter a Blockbuster video store in Dallas.

    What is left of Blockbuster is moving to Colorado.

    The video rental company is moving its worldwide headquarters from McKinney to Douglas County, Colo.

    The satellite television provider Dish Network Corp., which bought Blockbuster almost a year ago, also is based in Colorado.

    Dish said Monday that Blockbuster's move will bring more than 150 management positions to the Denver area over the next five years.

    Gov. John Hickenlooper said Dish already employs nearly 5,000 people along the Front Range in Colorado.