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Target, Best Buy could be hit by supply-chain disruptions because of coronavirus

Target Corp. and Best Buy Co. Inc. could be among the first U.S. companies to take a direct hit from the corona­virus outbreak as concerns grow about disruptions to supply chain networks in China. Although existing inventories are strong at most of the nation's...

 

Minnesota hospitals see margins slip below 2% mark

A new report finds that operating margins slipped in 2018 for hospitals in Minnesota, a finding that a trade group said highlights financial challenges for the sector - but not a crisis. The report from the Minnesota Hospital Association cited increased expenses as...

 

Mystery $844B pot in Trump budget signals Medicaid cuts

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's budget contains an $844 billion mystery pot for his still undefined health care plan, signaling steep cuts to Medicaid and "Obamacare." That 10-year number represents hypothetical savings that would be used for a health care plan...

 

U.S. farm income will drop by 9% in 2020, USDA forecasts

U.S. farm income is forecast to fall by 9% in 2020 due to rising expenses, lower government payments and ultralow prices for corn and soybeans, the nation's biggest crops. That decline will happen even though farm revenue is projected to rise 2.7%, according to data...

 

YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities Hosts Google's Be Internet Awesome Workshops to Teach Parents How to Keep Their Kids Safe Online on Safer Internet Day February 11

Minneapolis, MN – In celebration of Safer Internet Day on February 11, the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, will host 20 Google Be Internet Awesome workshops to teach parents how to instill...

 

Juul pitched products to Native American tribes, congressional investigation finds

Juul targeted Native American tribes when trying to sell their e-cigarette products, according to a report released by Congressional investigators Wednesday. The company, which is one of the most popular e-cigarette brands in the U.S., is under fire by the Trump administration and Congress for its marketing tactics...

 

Macy's to close 125 stores, shed 2,000 corporate jobs

NEW YORK - Macy's said Tuesday it is closing 125 of its least productive stores and cutting 2,000 corporate jobs as the struggling department store tries to reinvent itself in the age of online shopping. The store closures represent about one fifth of Macy's current...

 

Hy-Vee will no longer be open 24 hours a day

This is the last week to satisfy middle-of-the-night runs to Hy-Vee. Starting Monday, the supermarket chain with 11 large-format stores in the Twin Cities will no longer be open 24 hours. New hours will be from 5 a.m. to midnight at the 11 Twin Cities locations. Hours...

 

U.S. Bank CEO reviews firing of two employees - and rules they broke to help customer

U.S. Bancorp will review rules that led to the firing of two employees who helped a customer outside normal channels just before Christmas, Chief Executive Andy Cecere told employees on Monday. The move came after a New York Times columnist over the weekend published a...

 

Farm bankruptcies keep rising in Minnesota and U.S.

Farm bankruptcies in Minnesota and across the U.S. rose again in 2019, as poor weather and the ongoing trade war with China prolonged a slump in commodity prices and profitability. While the absolute numbers are small, they have been rising steadily since 2013, a year...

 

DHS: New screening to begin amid coronavirus concerns

WASHINGTON - As the U.S. steps up its response to the coronavirus outbreak, the Department of Homeland Security is warning airline passengers that their flights may wind up rerouted if officials discover mid-flight that someone onboard has been in China in the last 14...

 

Villisca Native Joins the Hy-Vee Hall of Fame

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Jan. 31, 2020) — Villisca native Tony Taylor was named to the Hy-Vee Hall of Fame last month. Taylor, store director of the Lakeville, Minnesota, Hy-Vee store, was inducted as the 2019 Store Director of the Year at the company’s annual stockholders’ meeting in December. Hy-Vee Executive...

 

3M laying off 1,500 workers, reports weak financial results

3M is cutting 1,500 jobs and further restructuring the company, as it reported fourth-quarter earnings that plunged 27%. The results reported Tuesday, which included nearly $350 million in new charges related to litigation and the restructuring, were driven by a...

 

Kellogg Announces Commitment to Phase Out Glyphosate in Wheat and Oat Supply Chains

BERKELEY, CA—JAN. 28, 2020—Following engagement with As You Sow, The Kellogg Company announced Monday a commitment to phase out the use of glyphosate as a pre-harvest drying agent in its major wheat and oat supply chains by 2025. Glyphosate is the most widely used pesticide in modern agriculture. The practice of...

 

Sharjah National Oil Corporation Announces 1st Gas Discovery in 3 decades

January 27th, 2020 (Sharjah) - The Sharjah National Oil Corporation (SNOC) and its partner Eni, have announced a successful new discovery of natural gas and condensate onshore in Sharjah. The discovery, named ‘Mahani’ comes within the first year of the partnership and represents the first onshore discovery of gas...

 

Bio-methane from cow manure could be a 'new gold rush' on the farm

The back end of a cow generates 80 pounds each day of what Dennis Haubenschild, who owns 750 of them near Princeton, refers to as a "non-depletable renewable resource." Now, technology and policy are aligning for farmers to take advantage of all that manure in a...

 

Former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf fined $17.5M for sales scandal

NEW YORK - Federal regulators have slapped former Wells Fargo Chief Executive John Stumpf with a $17.5 million fine for his role in the bank's sales practices scandal. Stumpf also accepted a lifetime ban from the banking industry. Along with its fine against Stumpf,...

 

YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities Offers First-Of-Its-Kind Digital Health Program Benefitting Members and Kids Through YMCA MN Apple Watch App

Minneapolis, MN - The YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, is offering a unique community digital health program with Apple Watch designed to help its members reach their health and well-being...

 

Property Appraiser's Office Uses Cutting-Edge AI Technology to Aid Its Operation

Orlando, FL – Employing cutting-edge technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) to aid a profession that requires precise measurements and analysis, the Orange County Property Appraiser’s office is entering the new decade armed with AI-based tools. This busy office, located in Orange County, Florida, boasts...

 

YMCA Celebrates Mentors Being Positive Role Models For Young People

• According to the National Mentoring Partnership, youth at risk for falling off track are 55 percent more likely to enroll in college and 130 percent more likely to hold leadership positions when they had a mentor in their lives. • According to Youth.Gov, studies show that youth who form supportive, healthy relati...

 

Online used-car seller Carvana arrives in Minnesota

Carvana Co., an online seller of used cars, started service in Minnesota this week and may test the limits of the state's dealership rules. The Tempe, Ariz.-based company, which has been operating since 2012, will now deliver cars to buyers within a 100-mile radius of...

 

Starbucks, home of the $4 latte, is moving into poor areas

DETROIT - Starbucks has a point to prove: There's more to the company than selling $4 lattes to rich people. The Seattle-based coffee giant that has cultivated a reputation for being socially responsible said Thursday it is expanding its effort to put more coffee shops...

 

Minnesota farmers backed away from soybeans in 2019

Minnesota farmers planted 12% fewer acres of soybeans in 2019 than the previous year, as the trade war battered demand for the state's second-largest cash crop and heavy spring rains delayed planting. The decline in soybeans led to a drop in acres planted for all crops...

 

Red Lake's Subway Grand Opening Scheduled for January 31, 2020 - 7 AM - 9 PM

Red Lake's new Subway Grand Opening is scheduled for Friday, January 31, 2020, from 7 AM - 9 PM. Their special will be a :Buy One, Get One Free on footlongs. Purchase requires a footlong and beverage to receive a free footlong, This includes all footlongs $5.00 and...

 

CenturyLink to pay back $8.9M to Minnesota customers

CenturyLink, the nation's third-largest telecom company, has agreed to pay $8.9 million to tens of thousands of customers in Minnesota who were allegedly overcharged, state Attorney General Keith Ellison announced Wednesday. The settlement also requires the company to...

 

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