Rhode Island-based UNFI alleges that during the transaction process, the advisors on its $2.9 billion deal for Eden Prairie-based Supervalu last July schemed UNFI out of more than $140 million.
The deceased parents of Jayme Closs were both longtime employees of Jennie-O Turkey Store, a subsidiary of Hormel Foods.
Two Eagan men who own and operate Shogun Burnsville allegedly used sales suppression software to cheat the State of Minnesota out of sales tax revenue over a three-year period.
Less than three months after he and fellow landlord Spiros Zorbalas agreed to an $18.5 million settlement on a class-action lawsuit, Frenz has been charged with falsifying evidence in a tenants’ remedies court case.
The medical device giant isn’t admitting wrongdoing in any of the cases but will pay $13 million in relation to its own STRATIS Registry, and the remaining amount for issues involving products and activities of two subsidiaries: Covidien and ev3.
The state and Greater MSP are fighting the effort to disclose its HQ2 bid.
A former city facilities supervisor, Ronnie Eugene Taggart, plead guilty in May to receiving about $58,532 in bribes and kickbacks in exchange for city contracts. The sentence also includes two years of probation.
The ordinance must still be approved by the City Council, but establishes a plan for phasing in wage increases from 2020 through 2027, with deadlines dependent on company sizes.
Minnesota-based dental supply company Patterson Cos and two other industry leaders, Benco and Henry Schein, have decided to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging an anti-trust law violation.
Concern for customer and worker safety is rising in the Minneapolis neighborhood.
What the latest developments in patent and trademark law mean for Minnesota businesses.
Shawn Robert Dooling was found guilty of five fraud charges, after it was revealed he used his company Renewable Energy SD to steal money from customers for personal extravagances.
The Maplewood-based company opted to avoid further legal action.
Convicted fraudster Denny Hecker ultimately served seven years of a 10-year max sentence – first at corrections institutes, and most recently at a Minneapolis half-way house.
The acquisition of Prime Office Innovations in Macomb, Michigan continues Marco’s mission to expand its presence throughout “the Upper Midwest and beyond.”
St. Paul police had nearly twice the number of forfeiture incidents than the Minneapolis police force reported.
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.
The move is the second step toward the city’s “Pathway to $15” plan to bring the bar to $15 citywide by 2024.
The company still denies allegations of lending practices designed to avoid minority-heavy communities, yet must make structural changes anyway, per terms of agreement.
The owners of Osaka Sushi Hibachi Steak House admitted to using sales suppression software, avoid jail time through plea deal.
While federal tax changes will benefit many businesses, accountants and other financial experts are still deciphering the unintended consequences.
A rising number of Minnesota businesses are avoiding expensive litigation and resolving
disputes through mediation and arbitration.
Ronnie Taggart allegedly took bribes and kickbacks in exchange for project contracts while serving as city building overseer.
The suit suggests Prince’s family feels the pharmacy company and hospital could have prevented singer’s fatal overdose
A true Minneapolis story: the best intentions,
The Minneapolis-based bank will have two years to pay off the fines and install improved controls to prevent money laundering through its banking system.
The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint against dental supply industry leaders for conspiracy against dental product buying groups.
Michael Lindell, of the well-known brand My Pillow, sued an industry peer for the second time citing name and advertising technique poaching.
DJO Global subsidiary Empi, which closed down in 2015, had allegedly used “assumptive selling” tactics to overbill a health care program for military members and their families.