Twin Cities residents are getting a bit of break on ATM fees, compared with most Americans.
Starting next year, Best Buy will require all of its recycling partners to provide additional independent reviews of their handling of electronic waste.
Most regions of Minnesota saw housing prices increase over the past year, according to the Minnesota Association of Realtors.
Minnesota employers cut 2,000 jobs last month pushing the unemployment rate up one-tenth of a percentage point after two months of gains.
General Mills' important yogurt business slipped in the U.S. for the three months ending last month.
General Mills is bringing back some of the iconic characters used in past advertising campaigns: the Cheerios Kid and the Green Giant.
Target and Best Buy are joining other big retailers to develop a network that will let customers pay with their phone at the checkout.
UnitedHealth Group, the health insurance company, will replace Kraft Foods in the Dow Jones industrial average, the most widely known barometer of the American stock market.
New numbers from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors indicate the Twin Cities housing market continues to improve.
The broadest measure of unemployment in Minnesota, which includes people who have had to settle for part-time jobs, is improving.
AT&T will soon deploy its latest generation of high-speed wireless Internet service throughout the Twin Cities.
Struggling grocery giant Supervalu plans to close about 60 of its supermarkets outside of Minnesota.
Demand for workers in Minnesota fell in August, according to the research group The Conference Board.
Hubert Joly, the retailer's top boss, will spend much of his first week working as a "Blue Shirt" in several Best Buy locations in the Twin Cities.
New home and apartment construction continues to be on the upswing in the Twin Cities.