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Lori Swanson's lawsuit alleges that the Minnesota School of Business and Globe University misrepresented job opportunities available to criminal justice graduates; the schools denied the allegations.
July 22, 2014
About a year before the former Ford site is expected to be marketed to prospective developers, St. Paul is making plans to refresh the site.
Fafinski Mark & Johnson, which has a history of working with aviation clients, has now set its sights on businesses and individuals interested in unmanned drones.
The motorcycle and off-road vehicle maker increased its earnings forecast for 2014; it now expects its full-year profits to jump 20 percent over 2013.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority's "State of the Stadium" report provides an update on progress while piggybacking on the attention Minneapolis received during the MLB All Star Game.
A broad effort to organize nontenured college instructors at private colleges in St. Paul saw a setback as adjunct instructors at the University of St. Thomas voted overwhelmingly against forming a...
A new national report says Minnesota ranks No. 5 for overall child well-being, although troubling economic gaps between white children and children of color persist. Last year, Minnesota ranked No....
President Barack Obama has signed off on a federal disaster declaration for parts of Minnesota that were hit by severe floods in June, meaning those areas will receive federal money to help pay for...
July 21, 2014
“In a Snap” allows users to find out more about products they see in select Target ads by taking pictures with their phone.
The sports software firm has closed on nearly $30 million in investments in the last month alone.
It’s hard to put a price on a beautiful view, but Coldwell Banker Burnet says this one is worth $8 million. The state’s largest – and perhaps its toniest – condo has hit the market, a...
By some measures, the new Green Line has been a real success since its June 16 launch – ridership is higher than expected and crime has been low. Riders seem to like it. But a persistent criticism...
One of the nation’s largest turkey producers will stop feeding growth-promoting antibiotics to its birds. The Star Tribune reports that Cargill’s signature Honeysuckle White and Shady Brook...
Everest Institute in Eagan is part of a chain of for-profit colleges that has been ordered to stop enrolling students. The Pioneer Press reports that the Eagan school is one of the schools the...
Sure, our state’s got more than 10,000 lakes. But when it comes to camping on their shores, we Minnesotans seem to appreciate a friendly invitation or nudge … or even a few pointers on...
July 18, 2014
The nation’s largest health insurer waited before getting involved in reform-driven state-based health insurance exchanges, but the wait is over and UnitedHealth Group is indicating that it...
The city of Minneapolis Friday legalized so-called transportation network companies Lyft and UberX. The nearly-unanimous vote allows the city to collect fees and regulate operations by conducting...
Based on a survey of 70 of the largest companies in the country, Target donated the eighth-largest percentage of its profits to charity.
July 17, 2014
While the design and redevelopment are still being decided, a development manager and architecture firm were named to lead the project.
Through an initiative called “Silicon North Stars,” 16 local ninth-graders are learning first-hand about technology from leading-edge companies and burgeoning startups.
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