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The tilt is the greatest since before the last recession.
High apartment rents are outpricing homes and pressuring the poor.
A long-term drop in crime, combined with a concentration of high-wage jobs and a renewed preference for urban life among highly educated workers, have made the city's core more desirable.
It is another worrying sign for a job market that has been slow-growing for a year and stagnant since July.
Proposal by president of Minneapolis Fed would require too-big-to-fail banks to pay a price for risk.
Sophisticated fraud aimed at energy customers, often small businesses, is a big problem.
Minneapolis Fed chief to unveil a plan to reduce the effect of big bank failures just as political axis shifts.
International Falls group is spending $230 million on Arkansas plant
The Republican nominee is admired in the state for his plainspoken style, his business success and his pledge to shake things up.
Assisted living home says bank unfairly charged $250K for alleged default
SEC ruling is a step forward for Minnesota's fledgling investment crowdfunding community
Minnesota last found itself in the top 10 in 2004. The study has been conducted every two years since 2002.
Obituary: Lawrence Gibson, retired from General Mills, was a lifelong learner, social justice advocate
Lawrence Gibson had much to celebrate when he dropped his car off at the mechanic on Monday afternoon. The 89-year-old was in good health, still…
The state is starting to see real wage growth.
Mothers and fathers are both happier when they're with their children, but 1950s-era parenting roles persist. And it's taking a toll on mom.
Twin Cities area is first major metro to have such workers as part of labor group.
Leadership, not bank size, was issue, Minneapolis Fed chief says.
Mankato and the surrounding towns boast the fastest-growing economic output of any Minnesota metro area. But that prosperity is not creating enough of the high-paying opportunities that would enable Mankato to retain educated, skilled workers.
Minnesota's attorney general weighed in on the Wells Fargo scandal, demanding that the bank end the practice of forcing customers into binding arbitration when they have a dispute with the company.
In China, workers earn about half a Big Mac for the same work that earns an American almost two-and-a-half.
Minneapolis Fed worries that shadow banking could fill in gaps of traditional lending.
Carolyne Giancola knew how to take “no” for an answer, but she says her bosses didn’t. When she worked as lead teller at the Elliot…
Low unemployment, aging workforce push companies to launch new initiative.
He's a fan of low interest rates and the Cleveland Browns.
The Twin Cities economy grew 2.7 percent last year. Here's how it fit in with the rest of the country.
The post-2008 regulatory squeeze on the world's largest banks has a silver lining for U.S. Bancorp: It's boosting the company's national ambitions.
Richard Davis makes clear that his firm's employees are not to exploit scandal.
CEO Richard Davis said this week he doesn't want to be in a market unless U.S. Bank is in the top 3 for market share.
Unemployment overall ticked up, but estimates of black unemployment are falling.
Sam Schulhofer-Wohl had been in the position since 2013 but is moving to the Chicago Fed.
Good-paying jobs still a worry, but residents in central and west-central Minnesota are the most optimistic.
Javier Morillo's brash rise through union ranks earned him enemies in politics, business.
Kashkari met with leaders for update on challenges.
The Minneapolis firm will open checkless "Safe Debit Accounts" for those outside the financial mainstream.
After a slow start to 2016, the state has added 26,900 jobs since the beginning of April.
Jack Lew lauds Minneapolis as prime economic example during visit
When I Work, which makes popular app for job scheduling, has outgrown the Drake Building.
He met with Twin Cities activists on Wednesday.
He said the U.K.'s new trade office in Minneapolis, which he requested a year ago, should open by the end of 2016.
Year 2 of losses strains lenders' patience, farmers' resolve.
The congressman says the trade deal is about more than economics.
The United Kingdom is the ninth-biggest buyer of Minnesota exports.
Unemployment held at 3.8 percent for the fourth straight month.
A businessman who U.S. Bancorp pushed into bankruptcy has fought back in courts and won several victories, but the Minneapolis bank company says it's not over.
Chamber finds they trail in creating new products, exporting and hiring.
The news highlights the fast-moving landscape of services via smartphone.
Construction unemployment in the state fell to 2.1 percent in May, its lowest level since 2001, and the third-lowest rate in the country, according to estimates released Tuesday by Associated Builders and Contractors, a national trade group.
Combined, there will be 7 Twin Cities locations.
Uncertainty descended Friday on Minnesota firms that do business in Europe, as they wrestled with the effects of Britain’s startling decision to exit the European…
Personal income is growing slower here than in the nation, but it's still relatively high.
Apruve Inc., a Minneapolis-based financial technology start-up, said Wednesday it has raised $2.25 million in venture capital.The firm sells a platform for business-to-business transactions that's…
U.K. exit from the E.U. would roil markets, but most firms in state wouldn't be directly affected.
Northern Iowa town becomes latest to put the brakes on industrialized agriculture.
The president of the Minneapolis Fed signaled how his thinking has evolved in the past few months.
The year will likely be "relatively weak" compared to 2015, according to Fed's forecasts.
Several sectors saw drops, though unemployment rate stayed at 3.8 percent.
Minnesota lost 1,900 jobs in May. Here's some additional detail.
Kathy Rogers will exit the role, with Terry Dolan moving into the position.
When I Work Inc., the St. Paul software firm whose app is an increasingly popular tool for scheduling work at small businesses and temporary jobs,…
Securities regulators target a Miami firm and Minnesota broker in "emergency" case.
Sportradar US, the sports data company with its U.S. operations in Minneapolis, has signed a deal to provide global sports statistics to the Associated Press.…
The company has said it's trying to fix its reputation, but still ranks low.
A technical glitch hit the fast-growing credit union.
OK, you've just graduated from high school and you're headed to college. Now what? What should you major in? Here's a look at what types of work will be available in five years.
Comcast said Thursday that it is trying to improve its customer experience and will add new services, along with 400 workers, this year in the Twin Cities.
The board denies request to extend fiber optic network under parkland.
Industry is targeting the "underbanked" with an atypical savings account.
Minnesota added 15,600 jobs in April, while the unemployment rate held steady at 3.8 percent.
Bernanke is cool to breaking up big banks; Kashkari draws a "Star Wars" analogy.
Government taxes things it wants to discourage — not as much to generate revenue as to change behavior. Cigarettes are taxed. So are sugary drinks,…
U.S. Bank and Bank of America got together this spring on a system that lets people instantly pay money to a friend on a smartphone — with a crucial difference.
The former Fed chairman, who will be in Minneapolis on Monday, previewed his comments in a blog post.
The Illinois senator says card transition has been "plagued by problems."
Small-business owners feel good about their own businesses, but they are getting more anxious about the national economy, according to an annual survey from…
Minneapolis Fed chief urges investors to weigh other issues, notes limits of monetary policy.
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