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Ninth Circuit Nails Tribe for $58 Million in Cigarette Taxes

(CN) – The federal government can collect $58 million in delinquent taxes from a Native American tribal member’s tobacco business, a Ninth Circuit panel ruled Monday, upholding a trial court’s decision. King Mountain Tobacco, its owner Delbert Wheeler Sr. and the Yakama Nation sued the United States in 2011,...

 

Southern Alberta A&W grilled for alleged racist policy

It was the last thing Nick Driedger was expecting when going to order his breakfast egg sandwich from the Cardston A&W Friday morning. He noticed a disagreement at the counter where an Indigenous couple was trying to order food for an elderly Indigenous woman with a walker. https://globalnews.ca/new...

 

$20 million in profits? Tulalip Tribe open retail cannabis store, Remedy Tulalip

Tulalip Tribe is aiming to set a higher bar for retail cannabis and the ultimate customer experience with Remedy Tulalip Jonathan Teeters, the Assistant General Manager of Remedy Tulalip — a new state-of-the-art retail recreational cannabis store, with 70 employees trained and at the ready — says things are moving...

 

Midwest Home Luxury Home Tour to Feature Marketplace Home Mortgage and The Royal Club Development

Stillwater, Minnesota (August 8, 2018) – Marketplace Home Mortgage, L.L.C., an established leader in the mortgage industry, announced today its involvement in the 18th Annual Midwest Home Luxury Home Tour which takes place on weekends until August 19. The 2018 tour showcases luxury homes including the estates in The...

 

Ryan Zinke Sued Over 'Stacked' U.S. Panel on Oil, Gas, Coal Royalties

The Trump administration committee that helps set royalty payments for coal, oil and gas extracted from public lands is stacked with industry insiders who stand to directly benefit from lower payments to the public, a U.S. environmental group said in a lawsuit. The Interior Department’s Royalty Policy Committee,...

 

Federal Trade Commission files complaint against Tates Auto in U.S. District Court of Arizona

ST. MICHAELS, Ariz. — The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a complaint against Tates Auto in the U.S. District Court of Arizona for committing unlawful and unfair business practices. The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (Commission) through its public hearings and written complaints filed by elderly Navajo...

 

Steel giants with ties to Trump officials block tariff relief for hundreds of firms

WASHINGTON – Two of America's biggest steel manufacturers — both with deep ties to administration officials — have successfully objected to hundreds of requests by American companies that buy foreign steel to exempt themselves from President Trump's stiff metal tariffs. They have argued that the imported...

 

Paid sick leave may be incentive, complication at businesses

NEW YORK – Rod Holmes opted for simplicity when Chicago’s paid sick-leave law took effect. He wanted to avoid the headache of calculating how much sick time staffers at his digital marketing company earned for the time they worked, and there was the question of what to do about his employees in Cincinnati....

 

Farm Advocates, Disaster Recovery Loan Information Available at MDA Farmfest Booth

St. Paul, MN: Minnesota farmers have faced many pressures this growing season, from flooding to continued low commodity prices and trade difficulties. Help is out there, and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is featuring several programs to assist farmers at Farmfest 2018. Those that stop at the MDA booth...

 

Financial fruit: Apple becomes 1st trillion-dollar company

SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is the world's first publicly traded company to be valued at $1 trillion, the financial fruit of stylish technology that has redefined what we expect from our gadgets. The milestone reached Thursday marks the latest triumph of a trend-setting company that two mavericks named Steve started in a...

 

As online lending companies gain popularity, the Trump administration is making it easier for them to bypass state regulations

Federal officials said Tuesday they would make it easier for financial technology firms to operate nationwide following a Trump administration report calling for sweeping regulatory changes to advance new fintech companies and services. Just hours after the Treasury Department unveiled its long-awaited findings, the...

 

Sale of Supervalu puts future of Cub Foods up in the air

Supervalu Inc., a pioneer in the Midwest grocery business that stumbled when it tried to run one of the nation’s largest store chains, agreed to be sold Thursday to an organic foods specialist in a $2.9 billion deal that brings new uncertainty for Cub Foods, Minnesota’s largest grocery operation. United Natural...

 

MISSISSIPPI'S FIRST EVER HOTEL INDIGO® NOW OPEN IN HATTIESBURG

HATTIESBURG, MS (July 26, 2018) – IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) is proud to announce the opening of its newest location, The Hotel Indigo®-Hattiesburg. The first and only Hotel Indigo in Mississippi opened July 26, 2018. The Hotel Indigo-Hattiesburg hotel is located at South 31st Ave. and Chevy Chase Dr. and...

 

McDonald's to pay $20,000 for violating Minneapolis minimum wage law

In the first major settlement since Minneapolis changed its minimum wage laws, a McDonald's franchise has agreed to pay $20,000 in back wages and penalties for underpaying its workers. A city Department of Civil Rights investigation earlier this year found the 210 E. Lake St. McDonald's paid dozens of its employees...

 

BP: Star Lake Casino on hold as White Earth Nation reviews finances

The White Earth Nation has temporarily stepped back from the issue of pursuing a casino complex on Star Lake in Minnesota's Otter Tail County. June elections on the White Earth Reservation saw Alan Roy defeat incumbent Tara Mason 1,134 to 1,082 for the position of secretary-treasurer. Raymond Auginaush Sr. won his...

 

Too sick for prison? Main Line's 'godfather of payday lending' makes last-minute pitch to avoid lockup

Lawyers for a Main Line man dubbed the “godfather of payday lending” pushed Monday to postpone the start of his 14-year prison term, arguing that putting the ailing 77-year-old behind bars would be the equivalent of signing his death warrant. Charles M. Hallinan, who was convicted last year in a federal...

 

A year after Sunday sales, jury still out on benefits for Minn. liquor store owners

For Dana Rose, Sundays used to be for relaxing. Last July, that changed. Since Minnesota began to allow alcohol to be sold in stores on Sundays, Rose, who co-owns a pair of liquor stores in Minneapolis and St. Paul, has had to get used to being open seven days a week. http://www.startribune.com/a-ye...

 

Report: Great Lakes shipping contributes $1.4 billion to Minnesota economy

Shipping along the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway added $1.4 billion and 6,161 jobs to Minnesota's economy last year, according to a yearlong study released Wednesday. The report, by the Great Lakes Seaway Partnership, found that Minnesota ports, such as those in Duluth-Superior and Two Harbors shipped 31.2 million...

 

Navajo Nation offered up to $525 million in cash for gun company

President Russell Begaye of the Navajo Nation said the all-cash offer for the Remington gun company was made without the approval of his office. "This type of transaction done in secrecy is unacceptable," a July 17 post on Twitter read. https://www.indianz.com/News/2018/07/17/navajo-nation-offered-u...

 

Developers propose hundreds of apartments units in Minneapolis

The apartment boom in Minneapolis continues with a slew of multifamily projects being proposed to city planners this week. One of the most high-profile projects is the redevelopment of about 6 acres of land that Doran Cos. and CSM Corp. are proposing near its Expo skyscraper in the St. Anthony Falls Historic District....

 

State terminates Tom Clarke's mineral lease for former Magnetation site in Grand Rapids

Just days after Minnesota granted Virginia billionaire Tom Clarke the mineral lease rights for a $2 billion mining project in Nashwauk, it terminated the mineral lease rights regarding one of Clarke's sister projects in the Grand Rapids area. The reason? Unpaid debt. http://www.startribune.com/state...

 

Chevron told to pay $9.5 billion judgment to indigenous communities

The highest court in Ecuador has upheld a $9.5 billion judgment against energy giant Chevron for polluting indigenous communities. The plaintiffs in the long-running case declared victory after the ruling on Tuesday. But there is little chance they will be able to collect any money, since Chevron has refused to pay,...

 

As students hit borrowing limits, parents take on more loan debt

It is a sign of the times: A new game show, “Paid Off,” debuted Tuesday offering winners not dream vacations or new cars, but a pile of cash to help lessen the crushing weight of their student debt. The reach of America’s student loan problem — total debt is now about $1.4 trillion — is vast. Millions of...

 

Medtronic insulin pumps show promise for reducing hospitalizations

Patients who used Medtronic insulin pumps to treat their diabetes went to the hospital 27 percent fewer times over the course of a year compared to diabetics who used multiple daily injections to manage their blood-sugar levels, an analysis of UnitedHealthcare insurance members has found. The analysis, funded and run...

 

Hy-Vee Announces Partnerships with National Online Grocery Delivery Services

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (July 10, 2018) — Hy-Vee, Inc. announced today that it will partner with two national online grocery delivery services, Instacart and Shipt, to expand Hy-Vee’s delivery footprint and provide new and convenient shopping options to Hy-Vee customers in more than two dozen markets. “Hy-Vee is ex...

 

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