Best Buy's board of directors has hired the Spencer Stuart executive search firm to help the board find a new CEO for the consumer electronics retailer.
Medtronic says the U.S. Department of Justice has closed an investigation of the sales and marketing practices for the company's Infuse bone graft product.
Romance in the workplace can be a difficult issue, specifically relationships involving bosses and subordinates. At Best Buy, two titans of retail are laid low because of a relationship between an executive and an employee — the kind of relationship that can cause lots of trouble for a company.
Best Buy's founder Richard Schulze is stepping down as chairman after an investigation found that he knew that the CEO was having a relationship with a female employee and did not alert the audit committee.
3M disclosed Tuesday that shareholders had rejected proposals regarding the company's political spending and lobbying. Today, the company revealed the margin of defeat for those measures.
3M shareholders greeted the company's new CEO, Inge Thulin, at the firm's annual meeting today in St. Paul.
What are bonding bills, and why does the state need one?
While the hard-hit construction industry appears to be recovering slowly from the recession, times are still tough in the building trades. That means there's often intense competition for the remodeling work that is available, and it's been pushing down the cost of home renovations.
Best Buy's chief marketing officer, Barry Judge, has resigned, in the third high-profile departure at the consumer electronics retailer in recent months.
The fees the nation's biggest banks charge merchants accepting debit cards plunged in October 2011, the first month of a cap on the fees, according to the Federal Reserve Board.
The St. Paul Public Library has launched a new e-book lending service that includes not just books but also the devices on which to read them.
Sales were strong in North and Latin America and to auto and aerospace manufacturers, suggesting growing strength in manufacturing.
An administrative law judge said the owner of ten Twin Cities Jimmy John's sandwich shops violated labor laws by firing six workers and disciplining three others.
Boston Scientific said two models of its cardiac defibrillators have been malfunctioning, but at a very low rate. One patient has died.
A lawsuit filed today in U.S. District Court alleges HSBC Mortgage Services illegally foreclosed on the homes of active-duty service members in Minnesota and other states.