Jennifer Bjorhus

Reporter | Watchdog and data team
Phone: 612-673-4683
Jennifer Bjorhus is an investigative reporter on the Star Tribune’s watchdog and data team. Got a tip? Contact me at 612-673-4683 or

Recent content from Jennifer Bjorhus

March 11: Security firm says Target was easy target

A report from the security firm McAfee contradicts others who have described a sophisticated operation.

Updated: March 11, 2014, - 11:58 AM

Bank in St. Michael sold to Wisconsin bank

Great Northern Bank in St. Michael is now a branch of First American Bank of Hudson, Wis., as Minnesota’s multitude...

Updated: March 06, 2014, - 09:07 PM

March 5: Target's technology chief resigns

Target shakes up its information technology management following last year's theft of customer data.

Updated: March 05, 2014, - 08:34 PM

Minneapolis Fed: Headwinds impeding loan growth for community banks

Minnesota’s community banks may be nearing a new normal in which they won’t be as profitable as they have been...

Updated: March 04, 2014, - 08:42 PM

Norwest Equity buys Burnsville pharmacy supply company

Significant operational changes at Apothecary Products are not expected, company president said.

Updated: March 03, 2014, - 08:41 PM

Thrivent rolls out new logo, sans 'Lutheran'

The faith-based Fortune 500 posts another strong financial year.

Updated: March 03, 2014, - 07:34 PM

ProManage pushes deeper into Twin Cities financial advice market

The Chicago-based registered investment adviser announced recently that it is looking to expand in the Twin Cities with its managed account services for employers with defined contribution plans.

Updated: March 02, 2014, - 10:05 AM

Annuity sales drive Allianz Life’s 2013 profit up 10 percent

Rising interest rates are making annuities more attractive.

Updated: February 27, 2014, - 07:51 PM

Wells Fargo cuts 700 jobs, including 203 in Twin Cities

Wells Fargo cuts 700 employees, including 203 in the Twin Cities, as demand for mortgages declines.

Updated: February 27, 2014, - 05:30 AM

Target puts initial cost of data breach at $61M; profits plunge

Target is pledging to win back customers in 2014 with “eye-popping, irresistible deals,” even as it faces a tangle of challenges after suffering a major data breach over the holidays.

Updated: February 27, 2014, - 05:28 AM

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