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Thrivent says California’s Controller is requesting too much personal information about Thrivent members; the Controller counters that he’s entitled to the records for auditing purposes.
The scrapbooking company Creative Memories has laid off another 35 workers at its headquarters in St. Cloud. The St. Cloud Times reports the job losses were effective last week, affecting workers...
Target and General Mills each paid cash grants of more than $100 million last year, although both companies allocated just 18 percent of those grants within Minnesota.
Thoughts on an increasingly activist philanthropic sector.
Sour notes at the MIA.
Organizers of the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon hope a fundraiser held in Duluth over the weekend will start the race down the path to more solid financial footing. But some connected to the...
There was much hoopla when the St. Paul Foundation launched a $1 million contest last year seeking the best idea for transforming St. Paul. The winner – announced with fanfare last month – was a...
The process of identifying owners and buying or condemning “eyesore” properties, City Council President Barbara Johnson says, is bureaucratic “paper jungle” that inevitably takes time.
Charitable donations by individuals, corporate charities and foundations are on the upswing again in post-recession Minnesota. Citing the most recent numbers available in a report by the Minnesota...
First Avenue in Minneapolis is apparently going to stake out some new turf in St. Paul, the Star Tribune reports. The owners of the iconic music venue are getting ready to buy the Turf Club, a...
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