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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 Business:

Inc. 5000: 93 MN Companies Among 2016’s Fastest Growing

A sleep apnea company from Maple Grove topped the charts for the North Star state.

Fairview, UCare Merger Delayed

Nonprofits continue “due diligence” for potential deal.

Target’s Turnaround Comes To A Halt

The retailer saw a drop in profit, revenue and same-store sales.

Amazon Rolls Out Restaurant Delivery In Twin Cities

The online retailer is adding yet another service for metro-area Prime members.

MN Cup Announces 2016 Finalists

The entrepreneurial competition named 25 finalists out of a pool of about 1,500.

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Any sign of snow in the forecast for Minnesota?

The stars could align for some flurries in northern Minnesota this week, but that's about it.

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Walz announces $200 reward for kids 12-17 who get COVID shots

Those ages have the lowest vaccination rates among all eligible age groups.

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Police still searching for suspect who opened fire at Plymouth movie theater

It sparked a partial evacuation of the Emagine Willow Creek theater.

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Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, October 18

Hospitalizations have surpassed 1,000 in the latest update.

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Mpls. band Gully Boys' van stolen, with all their gear inside

They're asking Twin Cities residents to be on the lookout for the silver van.

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2 girls from St. Cloud injured in ATV crash

Neither girl was wearing a helmet, the sheriff's office said.

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Kirk Cousins has turned into a late-game killer for the Vikings

Cousins has given the Vikings a chance to tie or win the game 7 times in 6 games.

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Watch: The absurd ad 'Last Week Tonight' wrote for a MN car dealership

Host John Oliver described the commercial as a "tense domestic psychodrama."

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Minnesota is on track for the most road deaths since 2007

Minnesota has recorded 384 traffic deaths as of Oct. 14.

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