Stop N Shop Store, destroyed by fire during the rioting following the killing of George Floyd in 2020, has been rebuilt and reopened on Tuesday.

'Welcome back': Last original tenant reopens in strip mall off Lake Street

The Stop N Shop convenience store and gas station reopened after it sustained more than $1 million in damage during riots after the police killing of George Floyd in May 2020.

St. Anthony: Case shows the difficulties of recovering from financial fraud

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Martin Fleischhacker, financial fraud ombudsman at the Minnesota Department of Commerce
The Perham couple is trying to collect $500,000-plus from a former financial adviser and shuttered brokerage.

George Floyd's death, pandemic led director of Ann Bancroft Foundation to change her career

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Ethelind Kaba, executive director of Ann Bancroft Foundation
Ethelind Kaba, named executive director in August, wanted not just to volunteer for causes but to devote her work skills to them.
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The state of Minnesota is trying to oust trustees of Otto Bremer Trust, owner of Bremer Bank, who attempted to sell the financial institution two year

Trial over whether to oust trustees of Otto Bremer Trust starts this week

The presiding judge says that making a decision may mean weighing in on a bigger question: whether Bremer Financial can be sold by the trust.
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Ask a consultant: COVID-19 has changed how companies view employee health

Employers are now developing policies for healthy workplaces, including vaccine mandates and reconfigured office and workspaces.
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There are ways to protect your home computer against “brute force” and “dictionary” attacks.

Alexander: Protection against 'brute force' and 'dictionary' attacks

Here's what hackers do to get past password attempt limits, and what you can do to safeguard your computer.
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An electric vehicle charging station in California’s Bay Area. Government subsidies might be needed to avoid job losses in auto manufacturing.

Work needed to make electric vehicles a jobs powerhouse in U.S.

Report says subsidies may be needed to make sure jobs are not lost in the transition away from gasoline-powered cars.
Business
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The pandemic saw a rise in telehealth.

Pandemic has changed employers' view of telehealth

Employers are now developing policies for healthy workplaces, including vaccine mandates and reconfigured office and workspaces.
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Worker expectations change at Minnesota firms as pandemic retreats.
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Flight attendants hand out refreshments to a packed Delta Air Lines flight on Friday, May 21, 2021. Delta wants all air carriers to share no-fly lists

Delta Air Lines calls for carriers to share names of unruly passengers

It is calling for an industrywide effort to keep passengers from boarding competitors' flights after being banned for disruptive behavior.
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Risk management is essential to doing good business

For example, companies must assess whether expansion to certain companies is wise.
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September 25
Coborn’s Marketplace in Albertville, Minn. was steady with customers on Sept. 22, 2021.

At 100, Minnesota grocery chain Coborn's continues to 'take chances'

Still run by the same family, grocery store moves forward by adapting to trends.
Business
September 25
Opportunity zones, such as this one in downtown Houston, were created as part of the Trump-era tax law to lure investment to distressed areas.

This is the year to lock in tax perks from investing in opportunity zones

Opportunity zones are controversial, but they can yield tax advantages for certain investors.
Business
September 25
Martin Pochtaruk, founder of Heliene Inc., at the Mountain Iron, Minn., plant in 2019.

St. Anthony: Canadian solar manufacturer expands on Minnesota Iron Range

Heliene has broken ground on a $21 million expansion, including government loans and grants, of its two-year-old Mountain Iron plant that will increase employment by 60.
Business
September 25
Dr. John de Csepel, a vice president of medical affairs at Medtronic.

When Medtronic execs want to get a read on COVID-19, they turn to this doctor

Dr. John de Csepel leads a team that directs the medical device manufacturer's COVID-19 response.
Companies managed their costs and liquidity through the pandemic, but collectively, the 50 companies saw net income decline more than 12% as the broad
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Minnesota's top 50 public companies ranked by revenue – with No. 1 hitting $257 billion
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Revenue for the companies on the Star Tribune 50 list as a whole increased 5.5% to a cumulative $621.8 billion.
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September 25
Down low in the footnotes of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer’s window sticker is a $2,000 destination charge.

Watch out for hidden fees when buying cars

No one can seem to explain what a $2,000 'destination fee' is for.
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September 25
Wind turbines stand in the Taunus region near Frankfurt, Germany. Environmentally conscious investing is a trend but some professionals have been prac

Schafer: ESG investing now is everywhere, meaning we've got another DIY project

The website of investment manager Stonebridge Capital Advisors of St. Paul barely mentions its practice of scanning for environmental, social and corporate governance…
Business
September 25
The wrong map got some troops out of the Alps years ago, a lesson that works for people as they plot out their finances, our columnist says.

Levin: What to do when you want to change your life but can't quite see the picture

A recent book about the pandemic holds lessons for approaching your finances and planning.
Business
September 25
Dollar cash has routinely been a haven in moments of heightened anxiety in the stock market and broader economy.

As stocks quaked in recent weeks, the dollar became a safe haven once again

Dollar trading benefits from the so-called 'smile,' faring best at the extremes of economic expectations.
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Gov. Walz: 'We need to keep folks on the land'

Gov. Tim Walz and Ag Commissioner Thom Petersen announced a drought relief package for Minnesota farmers and livestock producers impacted by severe drought conditions during the 2021 growing season.
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Farmer Gene Smallridge described the drought’s impacts on his Hastings farm to Gov. Tim Walz and Agriculture Commissioner Thom Petersen on Friday.

Gov. Walz announces $10M farm relief plan, but aid could get held up in political deadlock

Farmers say aid could help keep people afloat, and time is of the essence.
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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September 24
Entrance to the campus of the University of Minnesota.

Under student pressure, U of Minn. to phase out fossil fuel investments

The school joins campuses across the country in fight against climate change.
Business
September 24
Some Best Buy teams will return to the headquarters offices in Richfield in November.

Best Buy bringing back some teams to Richfield headquarters for holidays

The move will serve as a pilot for the plan to bring the broader staff back to the office in early 2022.
Business
September 24
Shown is Amazon’s larger fulfillment center in Shakopee. The Brooklyn Park warehouse, though, smaller will rely on automation to help workers as the

Amazon launches same-day service out of new Brooklyn Park warehouse

The five-hour delivery service applies to thousands of items on the Amazon website.