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:

Target Lays Off Hundreds In Twin Cities, India

The eliminations were expected as part of company ending Canadian operations.

Neighborhood Task Force OKs High Rise At Nye’s Site

The proposal faces sharp opposition from the neighboring church.

Imation Mulls Options After More Dismal Financials

It has struggled in the years since spinning off from 3M Company.

 Mpls.-Based SportsData Snags NASCAR Deal

The company will be the first to provide full-weekend race series results.

Fastenal 8th On Reputation-Based Top 100; Pentair Makes Cut

The Harvard Business Review placed the companies in its 100 best performing CEO rankings and recently revised the list based on non-financial reputation.

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Chauvin trial

Walz declares emergency in Twin Cities, bringing in police from Ohio and Nebraska

The governor has asked the Legislature for emergency funding for the additional police.

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Closing arguments in Derek Chauvin trial: Here's what was said

The jury listened to lengthy presentations from the prosecution and defense.

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Man, 55, airlifted to a hospital after hit-and-run in Granite Falls

The passenger in the vehicle told police about the incident.

Minneapolis, unrest

Facebook labels Minneapolis 'high-risk,' will remove posts that incite violence

Facebook will remove posts that call for weapons to be brought to Minneapolis and anything that celebrates George Floyd's death.

MyPillow

After being sued, MyPillow is now suing Dominion

The company's lawsuit claims the voting system suppressed free speech and hurt its business relationships.

Chet Holmgren

Chet Holmgren makes his decision ... and it's Gonzaga

The Minnesota basketball phenom is following the footsteps of Jalen Suggs.

Sarah Glover

MPR News hires NBC's Sarah Glover as new managing editor

The experienced journalist was the first to serve two terms as president of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).

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Watch: Sixth-grader with cerebral palsy makes touchdown in Detroit Lakes

Kale Hannahs' classmates made sure he got a chance to play during recess.

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Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, April 19

The latest from Minnesota health officials.

Trey Sermon

5 running backs the Vikings could select in the NFL Draft

Who could the Vikings add to their backfield?

Brooklyn Center, protest, Daunte Wright

Letter details CNN journalist's arrest experience during Daunte Wright protests

Media outlets sent a letter to officials following a phone conference about the mistreatment of the press over the weekend.

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