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The Week's Top Business News from Twin Cities Business

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

Amazon Rolls Out One-Hour Delivery In Twin Cities

The Prime Now program is available seven days a week.

UnitedHealth Group To Hire 1,700 Workers In Next Six Month

The additional employees are needed as business at the health insurer surges.

Stratasys Subsidiary MakerBot Slashes Workforce Again

The 20 percent staff reduction is MakerBot's second such restructuring effort this year.

Code42 Nabs $85M Investment

It's the biggest tech investment so far this year in the Twin Cities.

Former Starkey Execs Dismissed Over Dispute To Promote CEO’s Stepson, Lawsuit Alleges

A lawsuit filed Friday by Keith Guggenberger claims Starkey CEO Bill Austin wrongfully terminated the executives and even badmouthed him around the office.

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Berríos leads Blue Jays in first start against Twins

Berríos got the win on Sunday but could the Twins win the deal down the road?

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Crash in southern Minnesota kills motorcyclist

The crash happened Saturday at Highway 42 and County Road 14 in Highland Township.

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Vikings-Cardinals: 5 things you can count on happening

The Vikings need a win in the desert but will they get one on Sunday?

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How can the Vikings stop Kyler Murray?

The Cardinals quarterback accounted for five touchdowns against the Titans.

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'Landmark' Wisconsin pizza joint to close amid worker shortage

The restaurant has been a local favorite since 1957.

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Potts, Gopher defense dominate Buffaloes

Trey Potts ran for three touchdowns in a 30-0 victory in Boulder.

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Suspect dies by suicide after 11 hour standoff in Wisconsin motel

The standoff occurred at a motel in Balsam Lake.

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Four sentenced for home invasion on northern Minnesota reservation

The incident took place in October 2019 on the Red Lake Indian Reservation.

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4-year-old girl killed by falling branch in Mankato is identified

She is from South Dakota, and was attending the Mahkato Annual Traditional Powwow.

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