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The retailer said it would be extending its free shipping timeline from December 25 to January 1.
October 25, 2016
Granicus offers complementary services for the public sector.
Same-store sales growth was strong (up 5.7 percent) for the quarter, although below last year’s result of a 9.7 percent increase.
Four out of five of the company’s sales divisions topped last year’s results, while its electronics and energy division continued on its nearly two-year slump.
The Chanhassen City Council gave unanimous approval to rezone Prince’s home, which can now be used as a recording studio, hotel, office and event center, as well.
This marks the first partnership the basketball organizations have made with a Chinese business since Lizhang Jiang became a minority stakeholder in the summer.
October 24, 2016
The cereals will be based on Thin Mints and Caramel Crunch (or Samoa) cookies.
The exhibit will include branded merchandise and is expected to draw an international audience.
October 20, 2016
The company is chasing tech talent.
Designers small and large have partnered with Target for years for its spring collection series, which has proven to be popular among shoppers.
Employers added 1,900 jobs and six out of the state’s 11 industries reported increased employment figures.
Haug helped found the brewery and spent a decade with the organization.
October 19, 2016
News of Stumpf’s exit comes shortly after his resignation from Wells Fargo over the bank’s fraudulent account scandal.
Christopher Jones, who is still dealing with complications from the airborne disease, is seeking $50,000 in damages from the Hopkins juice manufacturer.
Medical device companies continued to dominate the field, according to the Medical Alley Association's latest report.
However, this was undercut by new claims from research firm Muddy Waters that additional St. Jude products were vulnerable to hacking.
UBA survey finds average annual health plan cost dipped to $9,727 from $9,736 in 2015.
State-funded program focuses on biotech, other fields with commercialization promise.
The early-stage investment has so far raised $20 million of a $30 million funding round, which it plans to distribute to promising tech entrepreneurs.
October 18, 2016
UnitedHealth expects its sales and profit growth to continue into its final quarter as it downsizes its Obamacare plan offerings to three states.
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