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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:

Burnsville Company Becomes Region’s Biggest Office Supply Co. After Merger

Innovative Office Solutions LLC added another chapter to its long-running narrative of growth when it acquired St. Paul-based S&T Office Products Inc.

Granite City Food & Brewery Is For Sale

The restaurant chain, which has been losing money despite adding new locations, hired a financial advisor to explore potential deals.

Medtronic Beats Expectations In Final Quarter As A MN Co.

Its acquisition of Covidien did not affect financials.

3M, Target Among ‘World’s Most Admired’ Companies

Target nearly fell off Fortune’s list after recent bad press surrounding its data breach and woes in Canada.

St. Paul, Mpls. Rank High On ‘Active City Index’

The two cities were scored among 83 others based on park spending and access, healthy weight and exercise.

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Someone keeps trying to film showering women at U of M

The university has received three reports in the past two weeks.

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Woman in critical condition after driver hit her in Minneapolis

She's been unresponsive, but recently gave a thumbs up to her family.

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Ant's rally not enough to save Timberwolves

Edwards' third-quarter explosion came too late in a loss to the Pelicans.

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Victims of property manager's sexual harassment to get $736,000

It's part of a consent decree announced by the Department of Justice Monday.

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St. Paul's Irish pub The Liffey reveals it won't reopen

The beloved pub has been closed since the start of the pandemic.

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Proctor football investigation: Case goes to county attorney

The office will review the evidence and consider possible criminal charges.

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'I’m heading home!': CA reporter announces return to WCCO

Kirsten Mitchell interned at WCCO years ago. Now, she's coming back as a reporter.

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As part of price gouging settlement, farm to donate 1M eggs to food nonprofits

The egg producer will donate more than 1 million eggs to nonprofits fighting hunger.

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Sheriff: Witnesses saw plane 'performing aerial maneuvers' before fatal crash

The single-engine aircraft went down in northern Wisconsin, killing a brother and sister.

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