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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:

Fastenal CEO Steps Down After 7 Months, Old CEO Back In
The change came as a surprise to regulators.

St. Jude Medical Acquires Heart Therapy Co. For $3.4B
The company said the purchase will expand their heart therapy portfolio into the “most comprehensive” in the world.

North Memorial Opening Downtown Clinic<
The clinic will be located in the former Saks space.<

3M’s Profits Grow But Fail To Meet Expectations
The company blames a strong dollar for its lower-than-anticipated figures.

AllOver Media Acquires Ski Resort Advertiser<
The purchase helps AOM reach an affluent audience.

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Watch: No-call lifts Gophers to OT victory over St. Cloud State

A blatant hook marred a top-four battle in St. Cloud.

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Driver killed after crashing into parked semi-trailer

The crash occurred on the 5800 block of University Avenue Northeast.

Mike Zimmer

Vikings-Panthers: 5 things you can count on happening

The Vikings will look to open things up in Carolina.

Tanner Morgan/Gopher Football

Morgan's resurgence, Nebraska's miscues help Gophers hold on

The Gophers quarterback threw a pair of touchdowns in a 30-23 victory.

Tina Smith

Sen. Tina Smith warns Dems she may not vote for budget bill if climate plan dropped

This comes amid a White House effort to get its "Build Back Better" plan passed.

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St. Paul man dies six days after crash on I-94

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has identified the man as David Rodney Hardaway.

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Double murder in northeastern Minnesota, suspect kills himself after chase

The suspect died at the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Anti-masker involved in school board meeting fight charged with assault

It happened last month at an Eastern Carver County Schools hearing.

Marcus Foligno

Marcus Foligno throws hands, scores game-winning goal in Wild's opener

The Wild forward scored with 7.2 seconds left to beat Anaheim.

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