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Minnesota lawmakers warned leaders of MNsure that they will have to figure out how to handle a possible budget shortfall starting in 2015. The state Legislature’s MNsure oversight committee...
The state of Minnesota filed a $25 million suit against oil giant British Petroleum in Ramsey County District Court on Monday. The Associated Press reports the suit accuses BP of double dipping...
That – above, the silly-putty-looking pink goop – is what has been rumored to be the main ingredient in McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets. Now National Public Radio reports McDonald’s Canada...
Xcel Energy is suing the manufacturer of a turbine that was damaged in a costly incident at its Sherco plant in Becker, Minnesota. The Star Tribune reported that the malfunction led to an expensive...
There’s another problem for Minnesota’s electronic pulltab gaming industry. The Star Tribune reports the fight between two of the industry’s key players is threatening to disrupt...
Vascular Solutions reached a settlement agreement, resolving a whistleblower lawsuit that drew the attention of Texas’ U.S. Attorney’s Office.
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.
The Clinton Group claimed in a recent letter that ValueVision broke state law by not holding a special shareholders meeting 90 days after it was requested—but the Minnesota company argues that Clinton’s original request was invalid.
A lawsuit is holding up hundreds of thousands of dollars in royalty payments for Owl City front man Adam Young, TMZ reports. Young, a Minnesota native from Owatonna, teamed with guest singer Carly...
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...
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