Anoka-based Federal is among Vista Outdoor's ammunition brands that would be part of a deal with CSG.

Federal ammunition owner gets sweetened offer from Czech company, rejects latest from U.S. investors

Vista Outdoor says Prague-based CSG raised its offer by $50 million, to $1.96 billion, and that they formally rejected the revised bid of MNC Capital Partners.

For-profit HMOs will, again, be blocked from Minnesota's Medicaid program

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UnitedHealthcare, a unit of UnitedHealth Group, is based in Minnetonka, Minn.
Legislative change partially restores market protections for nonprofit health plans that were dropped in 2017.

Interest rates could stay high 'indefinitely,' says Minneapolis Fed president Kashkari

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President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Neel Kashkari was photographed at the Federal Reserve Bank on Friday, December 22, 2017. ] Shari
Speaking at a forum Tuesday, Neel Kashkari reinforced that rate cuts this year seem unlikely despite predictions for them at the end of 2023.
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Mason Nadolney got his second COVID-19 vaccine shot during a mobile vaccine event at Chanhassen High School in July.

What to know about the latest COVID variants, Minnesota testing, vaccines

Expert advice on masking, testing, vaccines and boosters is evolving along with coronavirus variants. Here's the latest from Minnesota and the CDC.
Business
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A group of Kim’s employees walks along W. 31st Street to deliver a petition to unionize Tuesday in Minneapolis. About 60 restaurant workers at Kim's

Workers at chef Ann Kim's Uptown restaurant seek to unionize

Kim's, specializing in Korean American cuisine, would be the first of the James Beard award-winning chef's eateries to unionize. Kim also owns Young Joni, Pizzeria Lola and Hello Pizza.
Business
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Jessica Waller works on making a cashew peanut butter in an industrial kitchen at the Cornerstone Creek Apartments in Golden Valley.

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Gophers
May 27
Minnesota big businesses could hire Mara Braun, left, or Dawson Garcia for endorsement work.

How might Target, 3M, other giants invest in Gophers NIL deals?

Minnesota has a new point person working with the state's Fortune 500 companies, educating them about NIL, all in search of the next 'game changer.'
Business
May 27
Between tickets, parking, concessions and souvenirs, going to a sporting event can be expensive. The average American family can spend more the $250 t

Are you going to the game? Make sure you bring your wallet

Enjoying a sporting event in person can become expensive fast. Here's tips on how to keep the fun outing affordable.
Is your company on the list of Minnesota's 2022 Top Workplaces?
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Is your company on the list of Minnesota's 2022 Top Workplaces?
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Worker expectations change at Minnesota firms as pandemic retreats.
Local
May 25
A to-go salad sits in a compostable bowl with a recyclable lid at Mother Dough in Capella Tower in Minneapolis. The restaurant recently started phasin

Black plastic and foam to-go containers are banned in Minneapolis. Restaurants are still getting up to speed.

One in 10 restaurants was out of compliance with the city's requirement for recyclable or compostable containers. The black plastic ban started Jan. 1.
Business
May 25
Renderings of proposal to turn Interstate 94 between the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul into a boulevard.

Ramstad: Cutting out I-94 seems fantastical, especially in slow-to-grow St. Paul

It could happen, though, and that would change the metro economy massively.
Business
May 25
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Breaking a grammar rule can help emphasize a point or establish your writing style

A writer constantly makes such decisions, not just to report data but to make the reader feel the action.
Business
May 25
Pedestrians walk past the front of the New York Stock Exchange in New York, Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Wall Street is wobbling between gains and losses T

Some investing clichés are more valuable than others

Clichés are everywhere in financial media, but you shouldn't take every one as true.
Business
May 25
The coordinated use of taxable, tax-deferred and tax-free retirement accounts is critical to your post-working success and requires intentional planni

Maximize your retirement savings by minimizing your taxes

The coordinated use of taxable, tax-deferred and tax-free retirement accounts is critical to your post-working success and requires intentional planning.
Business
May 25
Largely thanks to a tight labor market, the typical 25-year-old Gen Z member —  those born between 1997 and 2012 — has a household income of more

Gen Z is doing better financially than baby boomers at their age and saving for retirement

The typical 25-year-old Gen Z member has a household income of more than $40,000, and 62% of them participated in their employers' 401(k) plan as of 2021.
With $324.2 billion in revenue, UnitedHealth again tops list of Minnesota public companies
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With $324.2 billion in revenue, UnitedHealth again tops list of Minnesota public companies
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The top 50 companies as a whole posted revenue of $750.7 billion, up 7% from the year before. However, growth was slower than in 2021.
Local
May 24
An Alumacraft boat in 2012

Another 106 workers laid off at Alumacraft in St. Peter in second round of job cuts within a year

Canada-based parent company BRP cut 68 workers in St. Peter last fall as demand for boats declined.
Health
May 24
With the results of the study, Novo Nordisk plans to ask the Food and Drug Administration to update Ozempic’s label to say it can also be used to re

Ozempic cuts risk of chronic kidney disease complications, study finds

A major clinical trial showed such promising results that the drug's maker halted it early.
Business
May 24
Erin Campbell, commissioner of Minnesota Management and Budget, stopped by a pen to pet three lambs from Gale Woods Farm that were on the State Capito

After months of delays, federal farm bill finally passes committee

Rep. Angie Craig, citing cuts to nutrition, voted against a farm bill that advanced out of House Ag committee early Friday morning, but the other Minnesotan on the committee, Rep. Brad Finstad, supported the legislation.
Variety
May 24
University of Minnesota students James Duquette and Aditya Prabhu snagged $8,000 in funding for their start-up Alure LLC.

University of Minnesota students find 'eco-friendly' way to kill Japanese beetles

The students snagged corporate funding to take their experiment on the road.
Curious Minnesota
May 24
A walnut apricot Bundt cake.

Did Bundt cake originate in Minnesota?

The ring-shaped desserts have been a hit with bakers since the Bundt pan's debut in the 1950s.
Business
May 24
Stacks from Xcel's three large steam turbine-generators, including Sherco 3. Higher costs from a 2011 accident at Sherco 3 could result in customer re

Judge rules Xcel's negligence in costly coal plant accident merits refunds to customers

Minnesota regulators will make final refund decision; Xcel disputes the ruling.
The Louriston Dairy near Murdock, built and operated by Riverview LLP, is home to 9,500 cows, 40 times more than the average American dairy. The compa
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Business
May 24
Mike Bakk, Keetac’s director of operational readiness, explains the concentration process at U.S. Steel's Keetac mining operation in Keewatin, Minn.

As U.S. Steel opens new Iron Range taconite facility, its potential foreign sale looms

Japan's Nippon Steel plans to acquire the company pending regulatory approval, but the transaction, announced in December 2023, has drawn national security and supply chain concerns.
Business
May 23
With the acquistion of CARE Counseling, UnitedHealth's Optum division now owns or is affiliated with three outpatient mental health providers in Minne

UnitedHealth Group acquires large mental health group in Twin Cities

The company's Optum division now owns three outpatient mental health providers in Minnesota.
Outdoors
May 23
Legislators added more than 18,000 acres of forested hunting land by approving the purchase of old PotlatchDeltic lands in north-central and northeast

Electronic licensing, carp deterrent are outdoors wins at Capitol

Outdoor Heritage Fund delivered a record $192 million to enhance habitat and support wildlife.

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