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Minnesota's Young Millionaires 2015

These business leaders have achieved more success by age 40 than most people do in their whole careers. Here’s how they did it.

by Andre Eggert, Gene Rebeck, and Sam Schaust


Minneapolis Proposes Minimum Wage Study

The city wants a three-month study to determine the impacts of raising the minimum wage to as high as $15 per hour.

October 09, 2015

Franken concerned $76B takeover could hit MN's rural broadband customers

Concern that Minnesota’s rural residents and businesses will suffer led Sen. Al Franken to take aim at another proposed merger of media conglomerates. After playing a major role in the...

October 08, 2015

$1 million grant to launch food trucks (for the needy) across Minnesota

Food trucks are an increasingly popular way for restaurateurs to serve their customers these days, but could that same business model work for food banks who serve the needy? Things could be going...

October 08, 2015

Metro Transit will test $1 fare for low-income families

Low-income residents living in the Twin Cities may soon be able to save on transportation costs. Metro Transit is aiming to launch a six-month pilot program Dec. 1 that would allow low-income...

October 08, 2015

Vikings edge closer to Eagan headquarters; stadium cost fight going to mediator

The Minnesota Vikings have moved another step closer to a new headquarters in Eagan … and a dispute over $15 million worth of construction costs for their new stadium is now scheduled for...

October 07, 2015

Minnesota Supreme Court upholds limits on Internet payday loans

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that out-of-state payday lenders who offer loans to Minnesota residents over the Internet are subject to the same restrictions as bricks-and-mortar lenders...

October 07, 2015


Minneapolis Fair-Scheduling Ordinance Would Be The Most Sweeping In The Country

Only San Francisco has anything similar to what's being proposed for employers in Minneapolis. But while the local ordinance would cover every employee in the city, San Francisco's covers relatively few.

October 07, 2015

After restaurants' concern, Minneapolis changes fair scheduling proposals

Many small businesses in Minneapolis were dismayed by plans to introduce sweeping reforms of working hours – and it looks as though their concerns have been duly noted by city leaders. Mayor Betsy...

October 06, 2015


3M Selling Off Its Library Systems Business

The Maplewood manufacturer has chosen to “focus on [its] core businesses” as it sells its $100 million digital library systems division.

October 06, 2015

Man who led St. Paul's efforts to resurrect old Macy's building to retire

The man responsible for some of the biggest revitalization projects in St. Paul – which may just get a Major League Soccer stadium thanks in part to his efforts – is leaving his job. After seven...

October 06, 2015

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