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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:

Investments In MN Medical Startups Falter

Numbers are down 46 percent from last year.

Unemployment Rate Changed In March

The state continues to add jobs, but unemployment rate remains stubborn.

Evereve Sells Minority Stake To Investors

It’s the company’s first investment besides friends and family.

Norwest Raises $2.4B In Capital

It’s the largest capital raise in the firm’s history.

US Bancorp Sees Solid First Quarter

Loan volume up 5.1 percent.

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Runways shut down at MSP Airport due to heavy snow

Some spots in the Twin Cities could see up to 8 inches of snow on Tuesday.

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First Time Guests Get BOGO milkshakes starting December 1st and running through December 15th

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Government official accused of stealing luggage at MSP Airport

Charges state Sam Brinton stole luggage with its contents valued at over $2,000.

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Developer plans 'modern European' condos for Minnetonka

City planners are set to review a concept plan Thursday.

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Expect up to 8 inches in Twin Cities; another snowstorm next week?

The latest from Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.

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Northern long-eared bat moved from threatened to endangered list

Populations affected by white-nose syndrome have declined by 97% or more.

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Court: Ex-cop who fatally shot Philando Castile had teaching license wrongfully denied

The Court of Appeals sent the application back for reconsideration by the board.

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