Jennifer Bjorhus

Business reporter | Banking and consumer finance
Phone: 612-673-4683
Jennifer Bjorhus is an enterprise reporter in the Star Tribune’s business section covering banking and consumer finance. Tips always welcome and appreciated at 612-673-4683 or jennifer.bjorhus@startribune.com.

Recent content from Jennifer Bjorhus

Federal scrutiny of college student debit cards heats up

Minnesota’s top lenders are major players in campus card programs nationally.

Updated: September 30, 2013, - 09:13 PM

Hunting for commercial bankers

Two recruitment veterans see a continuing increase in demand as the economy strengthens.

Updated: September 28, 2013, - 04:22 PM

U.S. Bank owes 2.7 million people for overdrafts

Number of people who are part of deal is higher than first thought.

Updated: September 27, 2013, - 02:31 PM

As housing improves, mortgage companies move in

Midwest Mortgage Capital is seeing opportunity to grow as megabanks cut back.

Updated: September 20, 2013, - 10:39 PM

Wells Fargo cuts another 332 mortgage jobs in Twin Cities

The bank said staffing cuts don’t affect its interest in the Ryan Cos. project near the planned Vikings stadium.

Updated: September 19, 2013, - 09:36 AM

TCF National Bank has new distinction: gripe king

When it comes to bank accounts and services, the Wayzata-based lender is the most complained-about bank in the country, based on the ratio of consumer complaints to total bank deposits.

Updated: September 18, 2013, - 09:32 AM

Online auto scams snaring buyers

The Better Business Bureau is warning about a string of bogus car dealership websites.

Updated: September 13, 2013, - 08:30 PM

Showdown over swipe fee price-fixing settlement

Will one of the more intractable disputes in U.S. business history finally be resolved?

Updated: September 10, 2013, - 09:29 PM

Sept. 7: Banks turn to credit cards for growth

Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank are looking to build on their customer base and increase revenue growth with a new...

Updated: September 07, 2013, - 04:38 PM

Financial advisers seek to close gender gap

In a male-dominated industry, Edward Jones expanded its Twin Cities office, adding several women.

Updated: August 30, 2013, - 09:36 PM

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