A Texas federal grand jury charged Howard Root and his company with conspiring to sell a varicose veins treatment kit for a use not approved by the FDA. Vascular Solutions called the federal investigation "abusive."
State officials are warning AT&T to comply with the sick leave law but haven't ruled the company in violation. AT&T says it's talking with the union to resolve the dispute.
Target will join other big retailers in opening stores at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day -- two hours earlier than the retailer welcomed customers last year. Best Buy will open at 5 p.m.
The Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad angered customers by failing to deliver goods and commodities on time. But while shippers are taking big financial hits, the company's fortunes have improved.
It's not clear how the takeover will shape the company's efforts to build a massive, mostly underground mine near Ely, a few miles south of the Boundary Waters.
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.
The e-commerce company entered a merger agreement with a group led by Siris Capital Group for $26 per share in cash.
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.
Target's decision to offer free shipping on all online orders through Dec. 20 is the latest salvo from retailers hoping to boost sales.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Planned cuts will save about $500,000 and put the zoo on track to be in the black for the fiscal year, officials say.
The move comes as the U.S. Treasury Department works to block tax-friendly, corporate overseas deals known as inversions.