It looks all but certain that some 12,000 jobless Minnesotans will lose their extended unemployment insurance after this week. They're all slated to come to a halt tomorrow, barring a last-minute agreement from a deeply divided Congress.
Home prices enjoyed another big lift nationally and in the Twin Cities in October.
The deadline resolve the budget impasse in Washington is now just days away. Without a deal, the slate of budget cuts and tax hikes known as the fiscal cliff will take effect.
Victims of wrongful foreclosures have about one month to apply for funds from a national mortgage settlement.
US Bank fell prey to a cyber attack aimed at America's largest banks.
Twin Cities home prices saw their ninth-consecutive month of gains in November.
The application deadline is approaching for independent foreclosure reviews that could provide financial benefits to thousands of Minnesotans.
Minnesota's top economic minds are deeply concerned about the budget impasse in Washington, suggesting the fiscal cliff could cost the state 70,000 jobs over the next couple years.
If Congress and President Obama don't reach a deal to resolve the fiscal cliff before the end of the year, a series of tax hikes and federal spending cuts will kick in on Jan. 1. But many Minnesotans aren't paying much attention to the fiscal cliff.
The two biggest banks in Minnesota, Wells Fargo and US Bank, now permit customers to deposit checks using their smartphones.
Twin Cities home prices continued to rise in September, according to the latest numbers from the Standard & Poor's/Case-Schiller Home Price Index.
They didn't call it Black Friday at the time, but 50 years ago Target held its first-ever day-after-Thanksgiving sale.
Minnesota banks on the whole had fewer bad loans and slightly better profits in the three months ending in September.
Flint Hills Resources has revealed plans for a $400 million upgrade of its 57-year-old Pine Bend Refinery in Rosemount.
At a time when thousands of workers were leaving construction for lack of work, CJ Akins went running towards it. She's among a growing number of people who are benefitting from construction firms that have begun to hire again, a sharp contrast to a few years ago when the housing sector tanked and new building projects came to a halt.