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Updated: March 31, 2011, - 10:56 AM
Wall Street is already working on an early draft of Best Buy's obituary, and it goes something like this: The last remaining national electronics chain ultimately fell victim to discount retailers, consumers' preference for shopping online and its own inability to recognize that the world had changed.
Updated: March 26, 2011, - 09:30 PM
Building housing or office space in Minneapolis is never easy or cheap. A bill working its way through the Minnesota Legislature threatens to make it even more complicated and expensive.
Updated: March 23, 2011, - 12:27 PM
Buying something online and avoiding the sales tax counts as one of life's little guilty pleasures.
Updated: March 15, 2011, - 11:19 AM
The filing of charges last week against investment adviser Jason Bo-Alan Beckman, who was accused in connection with a $194 million currency scheme, served as a fresh reminder of how widespread financial fraud has become in Minnesota.
Updated: March 12, 2011, - 06:42 PM
Despite a near-death experience and legal battles with Chrysler, Fury Chrysler Dodge in Lake Elmo is alive and kicking. The owners are upbeat. And customers are buying.
Updated: March 08, 2011, - 09:27 PM
Last week's dose of good news on the jobs front silenced, at least for the time being, the unjust battering corporate America has endured over the slow pace of new job creation.
Updated: March 05, 2011, - 01:11 PM
George Buckley has a funny way of showing gratitude.
Updated: March 01, 2011, - 10:32 PM
Medtronic, the world's largest medical-device company, is at a crossroads. It's searching for new products, new leadership and a return to the go-go growth that defined the Fridley-based company for much of the past two or three decades.
Updated: February 26, 2011, - 07:06 PM