Executives are trying to arrest the revenue declines that became large when they focused on profitability.
The joint venture now has an insurance license and plans to start providing coverage in April.
City Center Realty Partners, which brought the suit, had a letter of intent with Macy's but didn't reach a deal.
It will come as no surprise if the Federal Reserve has an announcement to make when its latest policy meeting ends Wednesday: That it's ready to begin paring its enormous $4.5 trillion portfolio containing Treasurys and mortgage bonds.
U.S. home sales fell 1.7 percent in August, pulled down by the effects of Hurricane Harvey and a worsening shortage of available properties.
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Pine River Capital, a darling of the hedge fund industry a few years ago, has fallen on leaner times.
On Boom Island, it was founded by two now-married former professional musicians who met in China in 2000 at a French horn symposium. Say what?
The 59-acre property, the last farm in the suburb, has been owned by the same family since 1932. Bloomington hopes it will become the site for the 2023 World's Fair.
The millions of dollars that Minnesota wants to spend to limit rate hikes in the individual health insurance market could cost the state millions more in federal funding for low-income health care.
Crocs, perhaps the most polarizing shoe of our time, is making a comeback. And the turnaround is no accident, analysts say.
Renters demonstrate in Minneapolis and St. Paul over issues of gentrification and housing deterioration this week.
CPM Cos. had planned to buy and demolish the old City Hall and replace it with a 70-unit, market rate apartment complex geared toward young professionals. as well as a 100-room boutique hotel nearby.
Gift from Steve Ballmer, which is unrestricted, will be dispensed to the St. Paul-based nonprofit over a 10-year period.
The federal lawsuit alleges that St. Jude knew more than 250,000 defibrillators it sold in the United States between 2011 and October 2016 contained batteries that could abruptly short out.
It raises questions about the timeline it has given.
A Kaiser survey found that despite relatively modest premium growth, smaller companies continue to find costs are too high.
With turnaround complete, retailer aiming for steady gains in sales and profits in coming years.