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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...
Visits to Minnesota’s state parks are on the rise and residents who vacation closer to home might be one reason why. As the Associated Press reports, the Department of Natural Resources says...
Ernst & Young is seeking nominations for outstanding entrepreneurs in Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
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...
Richfield-based electronics retailer Best Buy is eliminating 950 jobs at stores in Canada to reduce costs. Bloomberg reports the cuts represent about 6 percent of Best Buy’s 16,000 workers in...
Fourteen managers at MNsure collectively received more than $26,000 in bonuses in November after the launch of the health exchange website, according to a report in the Pioneer Press State...
The last of three public meetings to discuss the environmental review of the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mining project in northern Minnesota is set for Tuesday night at the RiverCentre in St...
Even Minnesota businesses that depend on winter are suffering through a cold snap that has many state residents hunkered down indoors, the Star Tribune reports. Among them: several area ski slopes,...
The trade, transportation, and utilities sector—which includes retail—added 4,600 jobs in December, fueling Minnesota’s employment growth during the month.
Target is making another round of job cuts; it's also dropping health insurance for part-time workers but giving $500 to those affected.
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