Audit Finds Meet Minneapolis Overstated Its Success by Nearly $200M
Audit Finds Meet Minneapolis Overstated Its Success by Nearly $200M

An independent city audit reviewed reports from the tourism agency from 2015 through 2017 and found it used pre-event estimates and duplicated data, inaccurately boosting figures by millions.

Criminal Forfeitures in Minnesota Rose More Than 11 Percent in 2017
Criminal Forfeitures in Minnesota Rose More Than 11 Percent in 2017

St. Paul police had nearly twice the number of forfeiture incidents than the Minneapolis police force reported.

Second Stage of Minneapolis Minimum Wage Hike to Take Effect July 1
Second Stage of Minneapolis Minimum Wage Hike to Take Effect July 1

The move is the second step toward the city’s “Pathway to $15” plan to bring the bar to $15 citywide by 2024.

KleinBank, DOJ Reach Settlement in “Redlining” Discrimination Case
KleinBank, DOJ Reach Settlement in “Redlining” Discrimination Case

The company still denies allegations of lending practices designed to avoid minority-heavy communities, yet must make structural changes anyway, per terms of agreement.

Duluth Restaurant Owners Convicted for Using ‘Zapper’ Software to Hide $290K in Sales Tax Revenue
Duluth Restaurant Owners Convicted for Using ‘Zapper’ Software to Hide $290K in Sales Tax Revenue

The owners of Osaka Sushi Hibachi Steak House admitted to using sales suppression software, avoid jail time through plea deal.

What the New Tax Order Really Means
What the New Tax Order Really Means

While federal tax changes will benefit many businesses, accountants and other financial experts are still deciphering the unintended consequences.

Former City of Plymouth Official Charged for Taking Bribes, Kickbacks
Former City of Plymouth Official Charged for Taking Bribes, Kickbacks

Ronnie Taggart allegedly took bribes and kickbacks in exchange for project contracts while serving as city building overseer.

Why More Minnesota Businesses are Steering Away from Courtrooms
Why More Minnesota Businesses are Steering Away from Courtrooms

A rising number of Minnesota businesses are avoiding expensive litigation and resolving disputes through mediation and arbitration.

Prince’s Heirs Sue Illinois Hospital, Walgreens
Prince’s Heirs Sue Illinois Hospital, Walgreens

The suit suggests Prince’s family feels the pharmacy company and hospital could have prevented singer’s fatal overdose