The week's top business stories from Twin Cities Business

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

Target To Sell Pharmacy Business To CVS
The deal is valued at $1.9 billion.Why Xcel Objects To The Latest Solar Plan

Why Xcel Objects To The Latest Solar Plan
The company is concerned that non-solar customers will see a rate hike.

Investment Crowdfunding Legalized In Minnesota
The law, pushed by MNvest, aims to make investing in Minnesota startups easier.

Sun Country Negotiations Won’t Delay Airport Expansion
Wages at MSP will also increase to a minimum of $10 per hour.

Report: Twin Cities Regional Growth Slowing
Fewer building permits, higher jobless claims to blame.

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Watch: Vikings create tribute video for Kyle Rudolph

Rudolph's 10-year tenure with the Vikings ended when he was released on Tuesday.

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Wild scratch Zach Parise for Wednesday's game vs. Vegas

Parise will be a healthy scratch for the second time in his 16-year career.

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Charges: Windham hospital patient threatened to kill staff, spit on them

Shawn Myers is charged with felony terroristic threats.

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Minnesota grandparents go viral for 'distancing duo' songs on TikTok

Their most recent duet about getting their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine has gotten more than 67,000 likes.

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Start of St. Paul Saints season delayed to May

Major League Baseball says it's being 'prudent' in delaying the minor league season.

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Caribou Coffee is the latest to add plant-based meat to its menu

The plant-based protein market is exploding, expected to reach $74.2 billion in the next six years.

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Former MN bank CEO sentenced to 18 months in prison for falsifying records

Robert Hager was the CEO of Border State Bank in Northern Minnesota.

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As golf season approaches, book your round now at Dacotah Ridge GC

The stunning course is designed by world-renowned architect Rees Jones.

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