The proposed tax was criticized by Target CEO Brian Cornell as 'an unproven and untested theory.'
Forbes now estimates the wealth of Bezos, Amazon's chief executive, at $90.6 billion, compared with $90 billion for Gates.
U.S. stock indexes pulled back from their record highs Thursday after drops for technology, health care and industrial stocks offset another big gain for telecoms.
Medical surgical supply sales offset slower growth in implantable devices, the company reported.
The utility benefited from rate increases that took hold in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas and New Mexico.
A trucking company linked to a recent deadly human smuggling case in Texas had long promoted itself as a family firm whose hard-working drivers helped keep the U.S. economy running.
Getting rid of the Affordable Care Act's highly unpopular penalty for not having health insurance could backfire on Republicans, prompting significant premium increases if it were actually to pass.
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The late Win Wallin's nonprofit has invested more than $50 million in Twin Cities high school grads, disproportionately minority kids of color, who graduate college at a 93 percent rate.
The Oakdale company is donating 250,000 packs of reflective strips to schools, teams and event organizers.
Mark Henneman, currently chief investment officer, will be Theobald's successor.
The United Taconite site reopening, plus the addition of a new processing facility, helped double profits for the quarter.
Smaller niche ETFs don't always deliver strictly what their names promise.
Owner of Barbette, Bryant Lake Bowl and other locales said she opted for surcharge, rather than "raising prices here and there" on menu items.
The Credit Card Act of 2009 made great strides in protecting credit card users from some unfair practices that used to be common. But…
The bridge is part of a plan to remake a busy Edina intersection and provide a missing link of the Nine Mile Creek Regional Trail.
Slipping profits and high wing costs mean an end in the next few weeks for the discounts, in place for 30 years.
Customers will be able to try out products such as vacuums, $400 hair dryer.
Bituminous Roadways wants to build the plant near where Interstates 35W and 35E converge. But opponents, including Running Aces Casino and Horsetrack, aren't happy.
The plan is for a more narrow tax cut, which officials could begin pursuing as soon as September.