AP-MN--Minnesota News Coverage Advisory 8:30, MN
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MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he expects to be home before Thanksgiving after complications from back surgery required more than a month of hospitalization. The 71-year-old Democrat says his two back surgeries at Mayo Clinic were successful and he feels much better thanks to physical therapy. Dayton said last week that post-surgery complications had damaged his lungs. By Jeff Baenen. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: 400-500 words from 11:30 a.m. news conference. AP Photo.
MINNEAPOLIS — Target’s ramped up investments online and in stores are bringing in shoppers, but they’re also bruising the bottom line. Company shares fell sharply before the opening bell Tuesday after Target missed profit expectations for the third quarter, the last look at the retailer’s performance as it heads into the holiday shopping season. By Anne D’Innocenzio. SENT: 855 words, photos.
Best Buy’s 3rd-quarter performance beat analysts’ expectations. The consumer electronics retailer also raised its full-year earnings outlook again. SENT: 350 words.
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