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Former Employees Sue General Mills For Age Discrimination

A lawsuit alleges the company was more likely to let go of older employees during a recent round of layoffs.

April 12, 2016


Medtronic Responds To New Tax Inversion Rules

The medical device maker has been regularly accused of dodging U.S. taxes by shifting its corporate headquarters to Dublin.

April 06, 2016

Ramsey Co. worker shared private welfare data, pirated Hollywood movies

A data analyst with Ramsey County who dubbed himself “Mr. Movies” has been charged with revealing private information about welfare recipients – as well as pirating movies. Charges...

April 05, 2016


The 5 Risks That Plague Stratasys

Competition is nipping at the company’s heels while the company faces legal troubles.

April 05, 2016

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April 01, 2016


Denny Hecker To Serve One Less Year In Prison

The Twin Cities fraudster and former auto mogul had his sentenced shortened for undisclosed reasons.

March 31, 2016

Appeals court backs fired Jimmy John's workers in sick leave dispute

A ruling that the operators of some Twin Cities Jimmy John’s stores wrongly fired six employees who were speaking out against the company’s sick leave policy will not be reviewed by the...

March 27, 2016

Cardiovascular Systems Agrees To $8M Settlement For False Claims Act Suit

The company is accused of providing kickbacks to physicians and running an off-label marketing scheme to fuel sales.

March 22, 2016

Maple Grove Woman Charged With Embezzling $1.7M From Employer

The criminal complaint alleges a former worker at Reliable Medical Supply Co. wrote checks to herself and forged the CEO’s signature.

March 11, 2016


State Launches First-Ever Crackdown On Credit Card Skimmers

The Department of Commerce said its annual gas pump inspections would now include searching for signs of tampering near card readers.

March 10, 2016

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