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From the editors of Twin Cities Business:

Twin Cities Business Unveils First-Ever "Person Of The Year"

See who the magazine awarded the new honor.

In Wake Of The Target Breach: Are Pharmacy Records Safe?

Target has not indicated that pharmacy records were exposed, although some say the recent data breach amplifies concerns about “medical identity theft” from pharmacy chains.

L.A. Pizza Joint Plans Push Into Twin Cities

The owner of the Mall of America’s Johnny Rockets’ restaurant is now also bringing a new create-your-own pizza franchise called Pizza Studio to the megamall, with plans for three additional restaurants in the Twin Cities.

Best Buy’s Stock Plummets On Weak Holiday Sales

On the news of unexpectedly poor holiday sales, Best Buy’s stock fell nearly 30 percent Thursday and its CEO announced that the company would need to cut costs.

3 MN Businesses Make “100 Best Companies To Work For” List

See who made Fortune magazine's annual list.

Dayton Says $986M Bonding Bill Would Add 27K Jobs

Governor Mark Dayton focused on higher education, Capitol renovations, and clean water investments in his most recent proposal.

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