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Making Waves In Radio

Ginny Morris, known for adroit leadership skills and a savvy business mind, is building her family’s Hubbard Radio company into a national powerhouse.

by Liz Fedor

Charges: Suspects recruited homeless people in $3.8M cellphone trafficking scheme

A Twin Cities man is accused of leading a multimillion-dollar criminal enterprise whose activities officials believe stretched all the way to Hong Kong. 30-year-old Golden Valley man Zibo Li and...

May 15, 2015

Minnesota State Fair cancels poultry shows amid bird flu crisis

The bird flu plaguing the state’s turkey industry is increasingly being felt off the farm – grocery chains have seen rising prices and shortages of certain products, and now, a popular...

May 15, 2015

Not Just Turkeys: Avian Flu Infections In Chickens Spooking Farms, Food Companies

More than 3.6 million chickens have been killed due to the infectious disease with the number continuing to climb. That means new security measures and added monitoring for several companies.

May 14, 2015

MN home care company to hire laid-off Wisconsin workers

A Minnesota home health care business is planning to hire hundreds of Wisconsin workers who will be laid off this month as their employer ceases operations. GeminiCares, a long-term care provider...

May 14, 2015

Paying more for eggs, cake mix: Grocery prices rise as bird flu spreads

Avian flu has now infected 85 farms in Minnesota, spread across 21 counties, state officials said Tuesday, resulting in the death of at least 5.6 million birds. Just one state south, Iowa – the...

May 13, 2015

Charter flights between MSP, Cuba start Wednesday, commercial route could follow

The Minnesota Orchestra will be flying direct from Minneapolis-St. Paul airport to Cuba after a ruling by the Customs and Border Patrol which could pave the way for regular flights between the Twin...

May 12, 2015

vRad

vRad Sold To MEDNAX For $500M

Company operations will remain in Eden Prairie

May 12, 2015

New vehicle sales rose 4.6 percent in MN last year, what models were the most popular?

Low gas prices and favorable market conditions helped new car sales in Minnesota rise 4.6 percent last year – driven by an increase in people buying new trucks and SUVs. Dealership figures...

May 12, 2015

Stratasys

Stratasys Q1 Loss Tops $216 Million

Company reorganizing MakerBot unit amid challenges to 3D printing industry.

May 11, 2015

ISES Quick Tips For Event Planners: May

The International Special Events Society (ISES) is the world's largest community of event professionals with over 5,000 members worldwide.

May 11, 2015

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