Rising concern over the supply of clean water, both in Minnesota and worldwide, is turning into what some technology companies think is a chance to grow.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is giving metro-area anglers more opportunities for trout fishing, just in time for Saturday's stream trout opener.
A parish priest called the police to report thousands of dollars in church funds were believed to have been stolen by 49-year-old Julie Kay Rouillard, according to a criminal complaint filed Friday filed in Hennepin County District Court.
Taylor, a billionaire, said he is purchasing the paper as a business investment, but that the community will also benefit from keeping it under local control.
Company officials say they don't yet know how many employees will lose their jobs. Some will stay with Cargill and Tata will hire others. But some workers will lose their jobs in the next six to nine months.
The airport is configured with multiple, smaller checkpoints that make it hard for the Transportation Security Administration to staff, especially during a period of staffing cuts, said airport spokesman Patrick Hogan.
General Mills officials say the company is a relatively minor user of palm oil but now gets about half of its palm oil from sustainable sources.
Time may be running out for patent trolls. They buy patent rights and file what often seem to be frivolous infringement lawsuits, hoping to squeeze settlement money out of their targets.
The company hopes to reduce its debt by more than two-thirds, to about $50 million, and emerge from bankruptcy within two months or so.
3M is trying to catch up in the market for library digital media lending systems by including audio books.
Best Buy returned to a profit in the fourth quarter and topped Wall Street expectations as it cut costs to offset declining sales.
Target Corporation reports the massive data breach last year and the company's troubled foray into Canada helped reduce its net income by 46 percent.
The First Farmers & Merchants National Banks of Grand Meadow, Cannon Falls, Luverne, Fairmont, and Brownsdale claim they've suffered substantially because of the Target data breach.
On a corporate website and Twitter, Steinhafel said the company showed its commitment to operating with "full transparency" last month when Target said cyberthieves had stolen names, addresses and other personal information of up to 70 million customers.
Analysts anticipate Target will be hit hard by the massive theft of customer data late last year, the retailer's disappointing entry into Canada and the general weakness of the retail sector.