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The Week's Top Business Stories from Twin Cities Business

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Here are the week's top business stories from the Editors of Twin Cities Business:

Cargill Nets A Norwegian Salmon Feed Producer For $1.5 Billion
The Minnetonka ag giant continues investment in the aquaculture industry, which is now larger than beef production worldwide.

Target Profits, Aspirations Grow In Q2
The Minneapolis retailer performed better this quarter and is setting its sights on a grocery and retail rebrand.

2015 MN Cup Finalists Announced
Twenty-one companies are competing for $327,000 in prizes.

Toro Posts “Record” Third Quarter Results, Announces New COO
Sales shot up more than 7 percent for the Bloomington lawn maintenance company.

Pentair Picks Up Equipment Manufacturer Erico For $1.8 Billion
The company is diversifying with its latest purchase.

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Hospital chiefs say nursing strike will come at 'worst possible time'

A nurses union announced an almost three-week strike to take place in the Twin Cities.

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Sven Sundgaard: What's in store for MN's weather in December?

Sundgaard recaps Minnesota's fall and looks ahead to December.

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Manure spill in Wisconsin leads to hours-long main street disruption

The spill was first reported just before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.

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Ice Cube to perform 2 nights at Mystic Lake Casino

The rapper hasn't performed in Minnesota since 2018.

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Nicollet Mall's new Ties Lounge & Rooftop closes 'indefinitely'

The establishment aimed to reconnect the downtown community.

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Chinese restaurant closing after 50 years in Columbia Heights

The beloved family-owned restaurant will close Dec. 24.

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Kris Laudien leaving KARE 11 after four years on 'Sunrise'

KARE 11 announced the appointment of Jason Hackett to the morning show this week.

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MN's COVID update for the week ending Tuesday, Nov. 29

There are now more than 570 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Minnesota.

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Twin Cities nurses to strike for 20 days starting Dec. 11

A strike in Duluth and Two Harbors doesn't have an end date set.

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