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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...
Richfield-based electronics retailer Best Buy is eliminating 950 jobs at stores in Canada to reduce costs. Bloomberg reports the cuts represent about 6 percent of Best Buy’s 16,000 workers in...
The new products include protein- and fiber-heavy snacks as well as variations on the company’s iconic Cheerios and Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal brands.
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...
Although Target’s Canadian expansion has hit a few road bumps and incurred financial losses, the company said it has plans to open at least nine more stores in the country this year.
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,...
On Tuesday, the state agency that sells public bonds completed the sale of state appropriate bonds for the new 65,000 seat Vikings stadium in downtown Minneapolis. The Pioneer Press reported that...
The recreational vehicle company generated record profits and revenue for its fourth quarter on increased off-road vehicle and motorcycle sales, and while it's expecting further growth in 2014, its outlook is more cautious than that of analysts.
The trade, transportation, and utilities sector—which includes retail—added 4,600 jobs in December, fueling Minnesota’s employment growth during the month.
Target is making another round of job cuts; it's also dropping health insurance for part-time workers but giving $500 to those affected.
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