Martin Moylan Feature Archive

"Going to college has long been a way for people to try to make a better life for themselves. The schools exploited this dream for some students, who are now saddled with debt," said Attorney General Swanson, in a statement. (07/23/2014)
CEO Stephen Hemsley said the company is planning to increase its participation in state health insurance exchanges it has avoided so far. (07/17/2014)
Radon -- an odorless, colorless gas produced by the decay of uranium and radium found in soil -- is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. (07/16/2014)
Twin Cities home sales were down in June compared to a year ago, but selling prices rose, the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors said Monday. (07/14/2014)
Pain management accounts for a relatively small part of St. Jude's $5.5 billion in annual sales. But the potential market for chronic pain management is huge. (07/14/2014)
This will be the second quarter the company has operated under the new insurance requirements laid out by the Affordable Care Act. (07/14/2014)
Last year, the airline with the a la carte fee schedule for carry-on bags and other amenities more than doubled its passenger traffic at the airport to about 600,000. (07/10/2014)
Located at 1329 5th Street St., and at 20,000 square feet, the TargetExpress store will be about one sixth the size of a typical Target big box. The doors open July 23. (07/07/2014)
Minneapolis police spokesman Scott Seroka said the video expounds on the message of see something, say something. (07/06/2014)
A vehicle pulled out in front of the cruiser rushing to a prior accident. (07/04/2014)
As retail competition has stiffened, Target has been opening smaller stores in urban settings. The retailer has opened eight somewhat downsized CityTarget stores in Chicago, Los Angeles and other markets. (07/04/2014)
The firm's partner in the Minnesota mining project, Toronto-based Duluth Metals, now has the option to buy out Antofagasta for $230 million. (07/03/2014)
Target is asking its customers to not bring firearms into its stores, even where it is allowed by law. (07/02/2014)
The deal should boost Hormel's earnings, expand its distribution channels and provide products that appeal to younger people, said Brian Yarbrough, an analyst with the investment firm Edward Jones. (07/01/2014)
The Minneapolis-based financial giant ignored Federal Housing Administration insurance and other mortgage lending requirements from 2006 through 2011, causing substantial losses to taxpayers and contributing to home foreclosures nationwide. (06/30/2014)