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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:

General Mills Selling Green Giant For $765M
The company wants to prioritize cereal, yogurt and snacks.

Target Cuts More Jobs
The elimination of 275 tech jobs brings the year-to-date layoff total to more than 3,000.

Restaurant Owner Pleads Guilty To $420,000 In Tax Fraud
Dexi Zheng, owner of two China Inn Buffet restaurants, filed the unreported sales under his father’s individual income tax return to save money.

North Loop A Hotspot For Tech Companies
CBRE study rates the area among the nation’s top growing markets.

Survey: Minnesota Small Business Burdened By Regulation
The state fell in the middle of the pack for its business climate.

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