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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...
The SEC said hundreds of stocks, including at least two from Minnesota, likely belong to dormant companies and are prime targets for fraud.
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...
The Dolan Company’s shares will no longer be traded on the New York Stock Exchange; they’re moving to the “over-the-counter” marketplace.
The high court sided with Air Wisconsin Airlines, a client of Fafinski Mark & Johnson, and overturned a $1.2 million verdict.
Investigators have discovered that hackers stole credentials from a vendor to access Target’s systems. The Star Tribune reports Target spokeswoman Molly Snyder would not give details on the...
Cleaning up the financial mess that followed the data breach at Target stores over the holidays could run the nation’s banks and financial institutions “hundreds of millions of dollars,...
In 2008, voters passed the Legacy Amendment to the state constitution, increasing taxes in exchange for cleaner water, better parks and outdoor habitats, and a stronger cultural sector. It turns out we may not be getting our money’s worth.
Tile Shop said that it fired Fumitake Nishi, its CEO's brother-in-law, due to ethics violations; the company, however, is standing behind its previously announced financial reports.
A new survey shows Target scored in the top tier for tough policies protecting customer passwords. But another poll finds that consumers don’t seem to pay much attention to – or value – such...
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