The Week's Top Business Stories

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

A Social Network For The Country Club Set—With A $9K Fee

Netropolitan.club, headquartered in Minneapolis, went live Tuesday.

How Much Peterson's Case Is Costing Him, Vikings

Endorsements and sponsorships are just a fraction of what the team and its suspended running back will earn from TV revenues and salary, respectively.

General Mills To Cut $100M Following Bad Quarter

A California cereal plant and a Massachusetts yogurt manufacturing facility are two casualties of the company's latest round of disappointing sales figures.

Efforts To Curb Rural Senior Care Shortages Have Twin Cities Roots

A partnership between Ecumen and one of the state’s higher education systems wants to add youth to senior care to help jumpstart hiring in the field.

3D Printing Company Stratasys Will Acquire GrabCAD

The transaction will be the fourth acquisition in the past year.

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General Mills to buy pet treats business from Tyson Foods for $1.2B

The Golden Valley company will add a number of meat treats to its portfolio.

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Twin Cities Pride is going ahead in July this year – but no parade

The in-person event will be held in Loring Park in Minneapolis.

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Rejuvenation, Williams-Sonoma's furniture brand, to open first MN location

It is moving into the former Restoration Hardware unit at the Galleria in Edina.

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Charges: Driver pulled alongside, shot at motorist on I-35

The man is charged with second-degree assault.

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7th Minnesota school employee dies from COVID-19

The death was confirmed by the health department.

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Want a lighthouse? The U.S. Coast Guard is giving one away in Duluth

Federal, state and local agencies, as well as some nonprofits are eligible to take over the lighthouses for free.

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