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Schafer: How Delta fared better than other airlines while leaving middle seats open
A lot of people must only care about price when buying airline tickets.Nothing else explains why there's not only travel websites such as Expedia but…
Rural grocers in Minnesota feel the pinch amid stiff competition
Dollar stores, big-box retailers bring stiff competition, but buy-local trend giving mom-and-pop store owners optimism.
Focus on precision in your writing
Years ago I ambled from my backyard to a neighbor's and told him I admired the trellis he was building. He wheeled toward me and…
USDA sees record plantings of corn, soybeans, but tight supplies too
The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecast domestic supplies of soybeans would remain historically tight into 2022 despite its projection for a record-large harvest this autumn.The…
Have you been asked to be an executor? You might want to run
Being asked to be an executor is an honor you might want to pass up.Settling an estate typically involves tracking down and appraising assets,…
How to finally tackle tough money tasks
Nothing sparks procrastination quite like a to-do list of financial tasks. But delaying these tasks can cost you a lot in the long run.Thankfully, you…
What's hot in Twin Cities area real estate: Million-dollar homes
Upper-bracket home sales are being fueled by record low mortgage rates, rising home equity and a hot stock market that's enabling wealthy homeowners to trade up to even more expensive homes.
Retiring early? Tap your 401(k), wait until 70 for Social Security
For all the advice that working longer is one of the best ways to shore up your retirement plan, it isn't always practical. Even before…
It's easy to forget given other noise, but earnings still matter
These days in financial news, politics grab all the headlines, the Fed gets all the credit and coronavirus takes all the blame. With those three…
As Oklahoma pork plant speeds up slaughtering, workers report more injuries
A regulatory change in 2019 is starting to make the day-to-day duties more difficult in pork slaughterhouses.
4 Minnesota recyclers receive grants totaling $400,000 from state program
The Recycling Market Development grants range from $50,000 to $149,000.
How North Dakota-based Alerus Financial built a sizable Minnesota franchise
A North Dakota-based financial-services firm, fresh off a 2020 initial public offering of stock and record earnings, is getting most of its growth from the…
St. Paul's Securian Financial sees 44% annual income drop because of COVID-19
The firm's life insurance businesses paid off more policies due to deaths caused by the virus.
Power failures from giant Texas storm reach into Minnesota
Some customers along Minnesota's western border were hit by outages earlier this week.
Shuttered Sam's Club in St. Louis Park will become a corporate headquarters
400 employees of Loffler Companies are slated to move from Bloomington under consolidation plan
Google will open first office in Minnesota, and it's not in the Twin Cities
Rochester location fits with the tech giant's Mayo Clinic collaboration.
'Towering ambassador' for Duluth business Joel Labovitz dies at 92
He made Maurices a national retailer, developed hotels and mentored generations of entrepreneurs.
Majority of those working on Enbridge pipeline from outside Minnesota
The goal was to hire 50% in-state workers.
Eden Prairie's iMedia hopes to raise $20M in stock offering
The struggling parent of ShopHQ home shopping network's offering is underwritten by Craig-Hallum Capital Group.
Toro recalls 6,700 snowblowers due to 'amputation hazard'
Action came after reports of the auger continuing to whir after the control lever is released. No injuries reported.
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