Envy and inspiration: Business Journal's annual list of '40 under 40'

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It never gets old.

The annual list of over-achievers by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal inspires jealousy among some of us, and something to shoot for in others.

This year's honorees include a busy TV anchor and social media maven Jason Derusha, pro football punter Chris Kluwe and robotics innovator Aimee Barmore--names you're likely to hear for years to come.

Every year it's a list of men and women making a mark in business, science, entertainment and education--all of whom have yet to hit the big four-oh. They were chosen from 350 business and community leaders nominated.

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