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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:

Target Snags $1.6B Tax Break For Canadian Exit

Annual filing also tallies data breach costs at $252 million.

Life Time Fitness Sold For $4 Billion

The company did not mention if it’s dropping plans to form an REIT.

Minnesota Adds Jobs, Unemployment Steady

While state unemployment figures remain lower than the rest of the country, growth has been slower.

Twin Cities Rent Growth Outpacing National Average

Minneapolis and Eden Prairie post strongest growth.

Phillips & Temro Industries Sold To St. Louis Firm

The Eden Prairie company has 700 employees.

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FOX 9 promotes Hannah Flood to anchor, adds new reporter

Hannah Flood will co-anchor mornings while Se Kwon joins the team.

Carjacking pursuit in Little Canada

Watch: Suspects drive wrong-way on I-35E, before carjacking separate vehicles

The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office said the suspects are still at large.

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St. Paul restaurant damaged in Sunday night fire

The fire department said the fire is considered to be "accidental."

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MPCA: Minnesota's emissions fell by 23% between 2005 and 2020

Clean energy investments have driven the decline.

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Former U.S. Senator for Minnesota Dave Durenberger dies at 88

Durenberger served two terms before his disgraceful exit in the mid-1990s.

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Two new breweries join Minneapolis, St. Paul downtowns

There are new spots in North Loop and Lowertown.

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'Driver's Licenses For All' bill passes Minnesota House, heads to Senate

It would allow Minnesotans to obtain it without needing proof of legal presence in the U.S.

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Lawless Distilling in south Minneapolis abruptly closes its doors

The company stated "the wear and tear of the pandemic has taken its toll."

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Charges: Driver had been drinking at party before striking teens, killing one

The victims were walking home from Walmart at the time of the crash, according to court documents.

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