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The Minneapolis-based biotech company hired James Hippel to replace Greg Melsen, who served shortly as interim CEO left the company after it named a permanent replacement.
The Twin Cities’ mayors are teaming up to support a minimum wage increase. Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman will headline the “Minnesota Mayors for...
While Buffalo Wild Wings saw a 25 percent increase in profit and C.H. Robinson saw a 65 percent decrease, the price of both companies’ stocks dropped Wednesday.
Target Chief Financial Officer John Mulligan said Tuesday that the malware, which infiltrated the retailer’s point of sale system, remained on a select number of registers for three days after the company said it had eradicated the problem.
Best Buy and Ameriprise Financial made Bloomberg’s list of top 10 most-disappointing stocks based on their poor January performance following a strong 2013.
When did Target know about the massive holiday data breach, and when did the Minneapolis-based retailer report it? That’s certain to be one of the key questions that a top Target executive...
The Minnesota Attorney General sued an estate-planning company for bilking about 500 Minnesota households out of close to $1 million, according to the Pioneer Press. Attorney General Lori Swanson...
Minnesota has been the subject of some upbeat economic news lately, with positive reports on jobs and housing. But there are often cloudier stories hiding in the statistics. Here’s one...
Strong cash flow is a critical element for obtaining financing in 2014.
A Wall Street analyst says the fallout from Target’s data breach will cost the company more than previously thought and could top $1 billion. A security specialist said fraud is turning up on...
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