President Obama will visit La Crosse, Wis., today to make the case that the federal government should require employers to pay overtime to all salaried workers who earn less than $50,000 per year.
U.S. employers added jobs at a solid pace in June, and the unemployment rate fell to 5.3 percent, a seven-year low. But wages failed to budge, and other barometers of the job market painted a mixed picture.
The deal, subject to regulatory approval, is worth $1.45 billion.
On a December morning in 1967, Minnesotans woke up to a different, but familiar voice doing advertising voice-overs for Twin Cities Federal Savings and Loan.…
Blu Dot will open its first outlet store July 18 in Minneapolis
UnitedHealth now 7th of Minnesota's 10 largest public companies to change its state of incorporation to Delaware.
Intel said Thursday that President Renee James, who has worked at the chipmaker for 28 years, plans to leave the company early next year to seek a CEO role elsewhere.
Like a Velociraptor bursting through the screen in “Jurassic World,” 3-D releases have roared back this summer after a dismal 2014. “Moviegoers are showing they are willing to spend to see good 3-D and large-format movies,” one analyst says.
Attorney general says Florida company charged high fees to file applications that were free.
The sale to Electrolux would lead to less competition, suit says.
An analyst report says income was up in 2014 for Medicaid and Medicare health plans in state.
Unresolved Greek debt crisis is still a drain.
GM and Ford customers can expect to pay more for popular models.
Greece's cabinet shut the country's banks for six business days and it's restricting cash withdrawals. Greek citizens are racing to banks to withdraw money. Greece is trying to meet a June 30th deadline for a bailout installment.
The deal will add to the Zurich-based insurer’s high-end market.
The fourth quarter capped a fiscal year in which General Mills — like packaged food makers generally — slogged through with a mediocre U.S. performance.
The sale will help pay for a purchase of a company that doubled its animal health operations.
Signs are good for more growth in the fourth quarter.
They will represent the interests of consumers and small businesses.
Cargill, Klobuchar are among Minnesota leaders pushing for an end to trade embargo, new markets for local goods.
The acquisition will add $6 million to $8 million in annual revenue.
Marvin Ellison has worked hard to succeed, and always asks for input.
The location will be the company’s fourth in the Twin Cities.
Brian Todd Gore sold counterfeit apparel that he ordered from Chinese suppliers.