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A new Minnesota Poll by the Star Tribune finds that Minnesotans are overwhelmingly in favor of a hike in the state’s minimum wage, yet are split on what that minimum should be. According to...
A company that tracks mortgage rates around the country has studied how much income is needed to buy a median-priced home in America’s 25 largest metro areas. And the numbers from HSH.com...
The semiconductor equipment manufacturer recently adopted a shareholder rights plan in an attempt to pay lower income taxes by “carrying over” its $76 million in losses.
Five Minnesota lawmakers will try living on a minimum wage for the next week. MinnPost reports Reps. Karen Clark (Minneapolis), Frank Hornstein (Minneapolis), John Lesch (St. Paul), Jason Metsa...
State officials are lauding Minnesota’s position as fourth in the nation in a poll that reflects business attitudes and optimism about the economy and job growth. The Brainerd Dispatch...
Minnesota has a new top federal prosecutor. The U.S. Senate confirmed Andrew Luger Wednesday as the U.S. Attorney for the district of Minnesota, the Associated Press reports. Luger was nominated...
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and national employer groups responded both positively and negatively to the second delay of one of the major requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
St. Paul teachers could take another step that moves them in the direction of a work stoppage. The Pioneer Press reports the leadership of the St. Paul Federation of Teachers is expected to decide...
As the Minnesota Orchestra has returned to the stage after the long lockout, crowds have shouted, “We want Osmo!” and “Bring back Osmo!” as they have applauded, calling for...
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.
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