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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

Jennie-O temporarily laying off 233 employees due to bird flu outbreak

The deadly avian flu that’s killed more than 5 million turkeys in the state is now costing some people their jobs, at least temporarily. Willmar-based Jennie-O Turkey said in a news release...

May 05, 2015

Iron Range hit by another jobs blow as firm reportedly lays off 100 workers

In another blow to the economy of Minnesota’s Iron Range, reports say 100 workers are being laid off by Cliffs Natural Resources. Steelworkers Union leaders told WDIO around 100 salaried...

May 05, 2015

Fargo

Say Goodbye To Hollywood? Why Lawmakers Are Considering Putting MN's Film Board Out of Business

Once home to one of the country’s leading film incentive programs, Minnesota’s Film and TV Board is facing the prospect of not existing at all.

May 04, 2015

MNsure CEO steps down as lawmakers debate future of program

As lawmakers debate the future of Minnesota’s troubled health insurance exchange, its chief executive officer is stepping down after 18 months at the helm. MNsure announced Monday afternoon...

May 04, 2015

New law allowing taprooms to sell beer growlers on Sunday signed off by Dayton

Craft breweries will be allowed to sell beer growlers on Sundays after a bill was signed off by Gov. Mark Dayton Friday. However, before they can hand over the 64-ounce jugs to patrons, breweries...

May 02, 2015

Twin Cities attracted a record number of visitors in 2014

A record number of people visited the Twin Cities in 2014, bringing with them a $7.4 billion boost to the metro area’s economy. A study commissioned by Meet Minneapolis has found that there...

May 02, 2015

Truck

Bigger Trucks May Soon Hit Minnesota Roads

A plan to allow heavier trucks is in House transportation bill, not in Senate version.

April 28, 2015

TCB's "Whose Legacy Is It?" Nabs SABEW Honors

SABEW's Best In Business awards recognize outstanding business stories published or aired in 2014.

April 28, 2015

Duininck

In Wake Of Ballooning Costs, Even Southwest LRT Backers Ask, "Is It Worth It?"

A new $2 billion price tag has led Gov. Mark Dayton and Met Council Chair Adam Duininck to call for a rethinking of the project — or even abandoning it.

April 28, 2015

Hard Stop

A look inside the railroad industry's struggles to move Minnesota's commerce.

April 28, 2015

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