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Want at-home COVID tests for free? Avoid these coverage pitfalls in Minnesota
Health plans have added plenty of fine print to the government mandate for coverage of rapid tests administered at home.
Biden administration cancels leases for controversial copper-nickel mine near Boundary Waters
The move likely kills the copper-nickel project, but Twin Metals said the decision was politically motivated and vowed to fight it.
Bremer Bank will open a branch on Lake Street in space damaged in 2020 riots
The branch is one of a couple new banking options in the works for the Phillips neighborhood.
Abbott Laboratories, maker of at-home COVID tests, reports strong growth
Sales of pandemic-related products accounted for 20% of its fourth-quarter revenue.
Perry begins final lap at the Minnesota state agency that actually makes money
Mansco Perry, a veteran of the Twin Cities financial scene, has led the State Board of Investment since 2013 and seen its assets nearly double in that time to $130 billion.
Fast-rising costs overtake Polaris in Q4, but 2021 sales set a record
The Medina-based maker of recreational vehicles and boats eclipsed $8 billion in annual revenue.
Ramsey County says staff flouting vaccine rule may face suspensions
About a third of Ramsey County Sheriff's Office employees are in violation of the county's COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy.
Company says its $440M Iron Range wood plant will be a 'carbon sink'
Huber's oriented strand board mill has a new environmental review after fielding critiques of earlier version.
3M raises prices to beat back inflation, squeaking out a quarterly win
The company's sales were flat at the end of the year but rose nearly 10% across 2021.
Twin Cities home sales at a 20-year high, listings at a 20-year low
The residential real estate market was so tight in 2021 that the average sale price rose 11%.
Amazon's report on workplace injuries shows safety problem in warehouses
The online retailer's internal survey showed its warehouses were worse-than-average for safety, while delivery operations were better.
Sony Music buys Dylan's catalog of recordings
Variety put the value of the deal at $150 million to $200 million.
On-demand product photo company Soona raises another $35M
The Minneapolis provider of photo and video services for e-commerce is quickly adding employees and expanding its systems.
Union memberships rise in 2021 in Minnesota, bucking national trend
The state's level of membership is the highest it's been in 14 years.
Investors criticize former owner, bankruptcy trustee in Aspirity Energy fraud claims
Investors are furious trustee did not pursue litigation against former owner who they believe took millions from failed Minneapolis energy trading firm.
How to improve internal and external communications
Q: Everything that happened in 2021 made our internal and external communication efforts haphazard. How can we set a better tone for the new year?A:…
Impact invests in print plant, solar power in North Minneapolis
After surviving more than 30 years as commercial printing consolidated, owners of Impact design a transition plan.
Alexander: Keep copies of data on your computer and in the cloud
Online storage services also help keep data on your PC.
What will best keep Xcel's grid reliable in a pinch: Gas plants or batteries?
Xcel wants two new gas peaking plants, while clean power groups say the job can be done with grid batteries, as Minnesota's largest utility plans how to replace its coal plants in Becker.
After record year, Market Bucks program for low-income Minnesotans expands this spring
The statewide program, which offers incentives for Minnesotans on food stamps to purchase fresh, locally grown foods, landed a federal grant that will double its budget this year.
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