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:

State Adds 7,300 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Steady
The economy continued to recover in August, but the results have been uneven.

Minnesota Judge Approves Class Action Suit Against Target
Five financial institutions will lead the charge for restitutions over the 2013 data breach that affected 40 million cars and thousands of bands and credit unions.

PrairieCare, Medica Dispute May Cost Patients
The battle between the mental health provider and insurer reached the desk of Mark Dayton after PrairieCare sent him a letter alleging Medica is violating state licenses and contracts.

Target Unveils On-Demand Grocery Delivery Service
Minneapolis and a select number of nearby municipalities will be the first to pilot the retailer’s newest convenience service, which is made possible through a partnership with Instacart.

Medtronic Strikes Naming Rights Deal For Stadium Plaza
The open space in front of the stadium will be named Medtronic Plaza for at least 10 years.

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