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The state health insurance exchange, MNsure, has contracted with a company that will take over the agency’s website and technical operations. The Star Tribune reports MNsure Interim CEO Scott Leitz...
April 09, 2014
Food snobs often wave their whisks in the direction of the big cities on the coasts when pointing to the best areas to indulge in the latest, greatest gourmet fare. But now Thrillist, a website...
After more than 90 years in business, Nelson’s Ice Cream is opening up a second location in St. Paul.
Minnesota ranks in about the middle among the states when it comes to Medicare doctor reimbursements, according to new data released this week by the the Center for Medicare Services. In Minnesota...
The retail giant is expanding in the health and wellness realm with a new “Made to Matter” product line; the company is also exploring more mannequin placement.
As the deadline to Tax Day approaches, so does the focus on the amount of taxes we pay. WCCO reports that when all the taxes are added up and factored in, Minnesota has the sixth-highest tax rate...
Talk about your pent-up demand! Temperatures across Minnesota are expected to bump into the 70′s on Wednesday. KSTP’s weather team predicts it will be “…the warmest and...
The agency overseeing the Southwest light-rail project is set to vote on the controversial plan, which calls for shallow tunnels through Minneapolis’ Kenilworth corridor, on Wednesday. Last week...
Internet security teams have discovered a major bug that has exposed millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information to computer hackers, and the bug has gone undetected...
Gov. Mark Dayton is accusing critics of MNsure of waging a propaganda campaign in an effort to destroy it. Dayton’s comments followed an announcement by GOP members of a legislative oversight...
April 08, 2014
A 3M official said the technology may have the potential to have as broad of an impact as 3M’s Post-its.
The Minneapolis-based health care IT company continues to grow.
Len Druskin renewed its lease at City Center in downtown Minneapolis, where it will renovate its existing space and consolidate other stores under the “Len” brand.
The Wayzata-based bank told its employees Monday that about 1,500 of them will be relocated from different offices throughout the state to a new workplace in Plymouth.
Craft breweries have worried that proposed FDA rules could disrupt longstanding relationships with farmers, but the government is clarifying its intentions and will issue revised language this summer.
Add Brooklyn Park to the list of Minnesota communities unhappy with its public perception. In November, FOX 9 reported city leaders were unhappy with being labeled as a hub of crime, poverty and...
Who says you need a car to enjoy a drive-in movie? On the St. Croix River this summer boaters will be able to pull up to Stillwater’s new amphitheater and watch the same movie the landlubbers...
April 07, 2014
Ice that’s clogging Lake Superior has created a shipping bottleneck that’s rippling into Great Lakes steel mills. The Associated Press reports Coast Guard icebreakers from the U.S. and...
A Minnesota Senate committee has given final legislative approval to construction of a new $77 million office building which will house the state’s senators. The Senate Rules committee voted...
Wisconsin-based Quad/Graphics, Inc., is buying the large Minnesota printing company.
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