Ten days after he made a public bid to take the business private, Schulze told Best Buy's board in a letter that he'd like to put forth a fully financed plan.Schulze made an offer of $24 to $26 per share for Best Buy Co., which the Minneapolis company called "highly conditional." The offer values the company at as much as $8.84 billion. Schulze already owns 20.1 percent of the company's stock, so buying the rest of shares would mean coming up with about $6.9 billion.
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