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Last-minute holiday shoppers, take note. If you plan to order Christmas gifts online this year, you’ll likely need to do it earlier than last. Nearly 79 percent of retailers will require...
October 30, 2014
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is asking a court in Minnesota to block a Honeywell policy penalizing workers who don’t take medical screening tests. The agency is seeking an...
October 29, 2014
The Minneapolis-based financial services giant credits fee-based business for success and growth.
Metro Transit has some big plans to improve local and express bus service in the Twin Cities, which would cost an estimated $72.3 million over the next 10 to 15 years. Metro Transit is asking the...
If there was one thing irritating cooking grandmothers in Minnesota this year, it was having to constantly look at the recipe they were following – only to have to keep swiping at the screen with...
One year after investigating shareholder complaints, a new round of allegations could come amid further disappointing results.
Betty Danger’s is betting the danger of sky-high dining isn’t enough to scare off hungry customers. Described on the business’ Facebook page as a “country club on crack...
Brainerd will no longer add chlorine to the city’s water, making it one of the largest cities in the state to pump nonchlorinated water to residents. The city had started adding chlorine to...
As Minnesota embarks on a study of a popular class of pesticides some studies have linked to bee deaths, the Agriculture Department says options under consideration will include banning the...
October 28, 2014
The Hennepin County Board Tuesday took a symbolic stand against the use of the “Redskins” nickname by the NFL’s Washington team. Only one commissioner, Jeff Johnson, who is also...
Federal charges against more than two dozen people claim they were part of a Twin Cities-based bank fraud ring that conspired to steal $2 million. Andrew Luger, the U.S. Attorney for Minnesota...
The Minnesota Timberwolves are running out of time if they want to sign Ricky Rubio to a contract extension before a Halloween deadline that would allow him to become a restricted free agent after...
Medical bills force around 1 in 8 Americans with private health insurance — that’s more than 16 million people — to skip needed medical care, go without food or drain their savings, according to a...
The purchase complements Toro’s seasonal, lawn care-focused business.
Marquette Advisors finds continued demand for new rental units.
The UnitedHealth subsidiary’s portfolio expands as its revenue and earnings reportedly continue double-digit ascents.
The Minnesota Twins appear to be closing in on a decision of whom will replace Ron Gardenhire as the new team manager. La Velle Neal III of the Star Tribune writes that “all signs point to...
The Fergus Falls City Council voted Monday to delay its decision whether to preserve or demolish a building that defined the city for generations – but has been sitting vacant for nearly a decade...
University of Minnesota Regent and former Cargill executive David Larson has died at the age of 70, the U of M announced. Larson, who had served on the Board of Regents since 2005, was motivated by...
October 27, 2014
Only a week after Apple launched its new system allowing shoppers to make a purchase with a wave of their smartphone, some retailers are turning their back on Apple Pay and its Android-based cousin...
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