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A jury sided with Willmar-based Relco after two former employees allegedly used confidential company information after moving to a competitor.
A study by a network of organizations calling for a boost in Minnesota’s minimum wage to $9.50 per hour says huge benefits would come with such an increase, the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead...
The Star Tribune reports that at least 140,000 Minnesotans are among those nationwide who have been getting notifications that their health insurance plans will soon no longer be available in the...
Gov. Mark Dayton’s attempt to use an executive order to allow for a day care unionization vote is going to cost Minnesota taxpayers. The Star Tribune reports that the plaintiffs convinced the...
Knelman Asset Management Group agreed to pay penalties to settle allegations that it violated a rule meant to ensure the safekeeping of customer funds.
The federal government has given Minnesota another $41 million grant to continue the rollout of MNsure, the state’s new online health insurance marketplace. The new cash infusion means the...
The long list of charges against Robert Walker now includes witness tampering.
A Twin Cities lawyer has been found liable for multiple violations of securities law. Todd Duckson, of Prior Lake, was one of several defendants in the securities fraud lawsuit that was filed by...
The man serving a 50-year sentence for running the largest financial fraud in Minnesota history appeared in federal court Wednesday morning to ask for reduced prison time. Tom Petters, 56, appeared...
The city accuses a property owner of illegally discharging water into Minneapolis’ Chain of Lakes; the building’s property manager, however, remains hopeful that the parties can come to a “mutually acceptable solution.”
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