Martin Moylan Feature Archive

The Minneapolis-based retailer said it needs fewer people in property management since it's completed remodeling nearly 1,300 stores and has slowed the pace of new store openings. (10/29/2014)
The e-commerce company entered a merger agreement with a group led by Siris Capital Group for $26 per share in cash. (10/24/2014)
3M's sales increased 6 percent in the U.S. and 4 percent in Asia. But sales fell in Europe, Latin America and other markets. (10/23/2014)
Target's decision to offer free shipping on all online orders through Dec. 20 is the latest salvo from retailers hoping to boost sales. (10/22/2014)
Several Transportation Security Administration employees at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport went to the hospital Friday after reporting that a foul smell made them feel ill. (10/17/2014)
The tax break facing extinction is known as the double-Irish loophole, but an analyst says Medtronic's purchase of Covidien isn't based on that accounting. (10/14/2014)
Across the country, broadband companies are racing to give consumers super-fast Internet connections through fiber optic technology. But few Minnesotans can get such speeds now. (10/13/2014)
A bankruptcy filing would make the Winona diocese the first in the state, and at least the 12th in the US to seek bankruptcy protection. (10/07/2014)
Planned cuts will save about $500,000 and put the zoo on track to be in the black for the fiscal year, officials say. (10/06/2014)
The move comes as the U.S. Treasury Department works to block tax-friendly, corporate overseas deals known as inversions. (10/03/2014)
The company did not say how many Minnesota employees could be affected. (09/30/2014)
Medtronic is not offering any forecast on when the device may be available to consumers. (09/27/2014)
The action affects more than 420,000 consumers who signed up for theft protection from 2003 to 2012. (09/25/2014)
The carrier plans to replace regional jets to carry more passengers. It also may add international flights. (09/23/2014)
Cyber thieves have become adept at grabbing credit and debit card numbers. But consumers can now see questionable transactions in seconds. (09/23/2014)