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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:

Code42’s Uptown Move Part Of 2-Year, $70M Expansion

The growing software firm plans to more than double its headcount by 2016.

Snap Fitness Adding 500 Clubs In U.K., India

The year’s latest expansion boosts fitness chain’s 15-country presence.

Retailers Prepare For Christmas Sales

Local retailers eye price matching, free shipping and other ways to entice shoppers into stores.

Buffalo Wild Wings Replaces Ad Agency

TBWAChiatDay will replace 22squared as the company’s agency of record.

Washington Energy Company To Make Solar Panels In Mpls.

Itek becomes the third company to take advantage of installation rebates for solar panels produced in the state.

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Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, January 28

The state is still in the process of catching up with 10,000 yet-to-be processed tests.

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Twins sign 16-year-old brother of Braves star Ronald Acuna Jr.

Bryan Acuna is one of the top international prospects, according to MLB.com.

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Authorities: Former principal who died in MN jail took his own life

He was found unresponsive in the jail last November.

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Sheriff: 2 injured, drunk driver arrested after head-on crash

The allegedly drunk driver wasn't injured in the crash.

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Newest 'Dirty Jobs' ep. has Mike Rowe scraping shmutz in MN

He'll scrape and clean a "special kind of shmutz" from the bottom of an escalator at a local hockey arena.

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Here are the 77 nominees for the MN Teacher of the Year award

The nominees will be trimmed to a group of semifinalists and then a group of finalists.

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2 women found dead in Crystal home, police investigating

Authorities investigating the incident as a murder-suicide.

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Buckeyes crash the glass, fend off Gophers

E.J. Liddell dominated in the paint to help No. 16 Ohio State.

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