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A message has been sent to companies unhappy with “right-to-work” laws set to be introduced in Wisconsin: Come to Minnesota! Minnesota Rep. Pat Garofalo hopes to get one-up on those...
March 04, 2015
For Mayo Clinic, 2014 was a very good year. The hospital and clinic system based in Rochester, Minn., saw its operating income increase by more than one-third last year, which was its strongest...
Corporate sponsorships of sports venues and events of all kinds are nothing new, but the trend could reach a new level in Wisconsin. The head of the state’s Department of Natural Resources...
March 03, 2015
Target is expected to cut “several thousand” jobs at its headquarters in Minnesota as it looks to make $2 billion in savings over the next two years. The Minneapolis-based retailer has...
It may be covered in snow at the moment, but Minneapolis’s downtown is one of the best in the nation – No. 2, in fact, according to a new ranking by Livability.com. For its “Top 10 Best...
The usual suspects from Minnesota have made it onto the latest of Forbes’ list of world billionaires – but most of them aren’t worth as much as they were a year ago. This year’s...
The electronics retailer saw its second-consecutive quarter of sales growth for the first time in years, but warned that the near-term might not be nearly as rosy.
A report ahead of Tuesday’s investor meeting suggests a push to attract younger shoppers.
Investigators have not been able to figure out what caused 24 workers at the Jennie-O turkey processing plant in Willmar to suddenly fall ill last October. According to the West Central Tribune...
Duluth Mayor Don Ness gave his final state of the city address Monday, detailing why he is optimistic about the city’s future. Ness announced last fall he would not seek a third term, saying...
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport could soon have a hotel. A Metropolitan Airports Commission committee approved Graves Hospitality as the developer for a brand new on-site hotel, the Star...
MakerBot line flops during the quarter. Meanwhile, the company is merging several of its subsidiaries to better compete.
March 02, 2015
There must be a karmic convergence between Kevin Garnett and Torii Hunter. It’s public knowledge that Garnett wants to become an owner of the Timberwolves when his playing days come to an end...
In January, a pipeline leak caused nearly 3 million gallons of mining wastewater to contaminate major creeks and rivers in North Dakota. It turns out, the company meant to oversee the project was...
A large number of Minnesotans can expect to be quizzed about their aspirin use. The Minnesota Daily reports a joint campaign between Minneapolis-based retail giant Target and the University of...
It’s a policy that makes a lot of sense on paper: restrict money transfers to countries where there’s suspected terrorist activity, so it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. But...
March 01, 2015
Ice coverage on the Great Lakes is nearing 90 percent, which is causing some to worry about another difficult spring for the shipping industry. “Obviously it’s been another brutal...
Being broke is part of being a young adult, but the Millennial generation is marked by more of a money squeeze than has been typical. This generation came of age during the down years of the...
February 28, 2015
Governor Mark Dayton and House Republicans are on collision course over the former’s proposed gas tax, in the wake of Minnesota reporting a $1.9 billion budget surplus Friday. Dayton...
The two sides promised to work more closely during future rail projects.
February 27, 2015
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