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Florence Francis, CEO of the Barbers Inc., dies at 85
She was a savvy businesswoman known for celebrating people.
Could cloud computing services be the electricity of the 21st century?
The services are being used to expand companies' computing capacity without them having to buy their own equipment. But outages are testing potential weaknesses.
For young adults, building credit starts now
It takes diligence to build a credit score, but it can pay off in many ways as you grow older.
Demand for soybeans, corn continues to rise on global markets
The biggest buying streak in more than a year for soybeans happened over the holidays.
Sonoma County farm strikes black truffle gold after 9 years of waiting
The U.S. truffle market is expected to increase by $235.23 million from 2020 to 2025 — but truffle farming is rife with uncertainty.
Minnesota's pro teams find new source of revenue with ad placement on uniforms
The Minnesota Timberwolves, Wild and Vikings all entered new agreements for jersey and helmet ad placements in 2021.
New owner of Cub Foods put it on sale, then decided to keep it
Here's how the top grocery chain in the Twin Cities won over its new owner by steering through competitive threats, the pandemic and riot damage.
401(k) Adviser: Understanding ESG investing and when it makes sense for you
The least expensive approach to investing with a socially conscious agenda is through an ETF.
St. Anthony: Why Connexus Energy won't raise electric rates for a fifth year
The north-suburban cooperative credits renewable energy investments, and also seeks independence from Great River Energy.
Farrell: These books can put teens and young adults on the path to wealth
Here are seven books that will help people get started on their fortune at a young age.
Levin: The last challenge in planning your finances is one of the hardest
For people of a certain age, there's no time like the present to plan for the end.
Biden pledges aid for Colorado fire victims
The president and first lady comforted those grappling with rebuilding homes and businesses destroyed by a rare wind-whipped, winter fire after touring damage in Louisville.
Land donated by a bachelor farmer creates windfall for Willmar church
Escalating farmland values pushed up bids at auction to $4.5 million, shocking leaders at Calvary Lutheran Church in Willmar.
Activist group pushes Hormel for better antibiotic reporting in shareholder proposal
The Shareholder Commons brought a similar proposal to McDonald's and Yum Brands last year.
Great River deal to sell key power line to the Twin Cities gets regulatory OK
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission voted 5-0 to approve the sale in the last big hurdle for the controversial deal to offload its massive North Dakota coal plant.
After Edina school district is sued, hornet logo to be a sting of the past
School superintendent said the rift over copyright ended without resolution.
Often-delayed affordable housing project in St. Louis Park will welcome tenants this year
Pandemic and complexities of nonprofit, affordable housing development caused delays.
Rail agreement could fast-track second Amtrak train from St. Paul to Chicago
Acquisition involving two freight rail giants could mean that service will begin sooner than expected.
Greater MSP competing to land $100 million for biotech business cluster
The development organization named a finalist in federal competition.
Federal court orders previous trustee of Minneapolis ESOP to restore $9.3M
Officers of Kurt Manufacturing Co. also must pay a penalty.
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