Martin Moylan Feature Archive

A demonstration at the University of Minnesota drew an estimated 1,000 people. The protests were part of a nationwide attempt to pressure policy makers and employers to hike wages. (04/16/2015)
Some worry that online venting could reach unprecedented heights with the debut of a new Internet domain. Ralph Nader is featured in a promotional video for the .sucks domain. (04/03/2015)
Authorities alleged Medtronic violated federal rules when it sold the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments spinal and other products made in China and Malaysia. (04/02/2015)
If its merger with Time Warner is OK'd, Comcast says a new firm will take over the cable giant's Minnesota operations. That makes some regional regulators nervous. (03/24/2015)
The minimum pay raise will begin next month, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. (03/18/2015)
Stores will now give customers a year to return any Target-branded food, clothing, household or other product. (03/18/2015)
The nine-story, 300-room luxury hotel planned by Graves Hospitality for the Twin Cities airport would use glass that reflects river banks and lakes. (03/17/2015)
The retail giant announced 1,700 layoffs, mostly from its Minneapolis headquarters. It also permanently closed 1,400 open positions. (03/10/2015)
In laying out his vision for a restored Target to Wall Street analysts last week, CEO Brian Cornell promised that the retailer will focus on design, baby, kids and wellness. (03/09/2015)
The company that owns the Mall of America is developing plans for what it's calling "American Dream Miami," a project that promises to be an even grander shopping mecca. (03/05/2015)
Target CFO John Mulligan said the company has plans to reduce expenses by $2 billion, one-quarter of which they will try to accomplish on the supplier front. (03/04/2015)
Boston Scientific is buying American Medical Systems' men's and prostate health business, which has 275 Minnesota employees. (03/02/2015)
St. Jude Medical expects to pay about $14.5 million to settle litigation over Riata-brand wires that connect a defibrillator to the heart. The discontinued product is linked to 22 deaths. (02/26/2015)
The Minneapolis retail giant reported an overall net loss of $2.6 billion for the quarter ended Jan. 31 but said it was pleased by its sales numbers during the holiday shopping season. (02/25/2015)
To pay claims, forensic accountants will dig into the finances of the archdiocese, hunting for anything of significant value that may not have been already disclosed. (02/24/2015)