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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:

TCB 2015 Person Of The Year: Medtronic’s Omar Ishrak

The medical device manufacturer’s CEO isn’t popular with everyone, but he’s been effective in steering the company.

Target Posts Strong Q3 Amid Faltering Retail Environment

The Minneapolis retailer largely met expectations for the quarter, but disappointed with its digital sales.

Verso May Sell Duluth Paper Mill, Faces Potential Bankruptcy

The mill’s roughly 300 workers are told it is “business as usual” while the paper producer considers its restructuring options.

Wedge Co-Op Workers Vote To Unionize

It’s the first grocery co-op in the state to organize.

Report: 15 Minnesota Companies Get Top Marks For LGBT Equality

The Corporate Equality Index scores companies on how well they treat LGBT employees.

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MN, WI attorney generals push SCOTUS to block to Texas abortion law

They say the law is in "direct contravention of nearly a half century of binding precedent."

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UND student killed in plane crash near Minnesota border

The crash happened Monday night just west of the Minnesota border.

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Border officials seize hundreds of fake AirPods at International Falls

The AirPods were in a rail container headed for Ranier.

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With Patrick Peterson injured, Vikings need to unleash the offense

Peterson's absence could have a bigger effect on the opposite side of the ball.

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Gophers running back Cam Wiley announces plan to transfer

Wiley found himself buried on the depth chart.

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Sun Country adds 7 new routes from MSP Airport this spring

It's also resuming four routes from the Twin Cities.

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Minnesota Governor Tim Walz launches re-election campaign

Their campaign slogan: "One Minnesota. Moving Forward."

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Driver dies in single-vehicle crash in Ham Lake

The crash happened around 4:30 p.m. Monday.

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Union Hmong Kitchen will move into Mpls. food hall

Chef Yia Vang said they're "so excited to settle in and have a home."

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