Jackie Crosby | Star Tribune
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Jackie Crosby writes about the generations, focusing on the impact that aging baby boomers, GenXers, millennials and the up-and-comers are having on the economy, health care system and workplace.


Fastenal plans new office park to bring 400 jobs to downtown Winona

Project on Winona waterfront expected to begin in late 2019.


Minnesota's first Del Webb senior community planned for Corcoran

The development is the first under the Del Webb brand in Minnesota.


MPR, Garrison Keillor reach agreement

The deal allows public access to thousands of past 'Prairie Home Companion' shows. MPR will pay Keillor $275,000 for money owed through past contracts. In return, Keillor agreed not to take legal action.


Menards sues maker of moving walkways over injuries in some of its stores

The home improvement chain is accusing ThyssenKrupp Elevator of breach of contract and failing to defend pending injury cases.


Virginia Hyvarinen, social crusader and librarian, dies at 95

For more than two decades, Virginia Hyvarinen worked for the Duluth Public Library.


Suit: Lifetouch enriched execs as employee stockholders lost millions

The company's employee stock ownership plan has lost $850 million since 2015. The company, now being sold to Shutterfly, said it can't discuss the lawsuit.


Sun Country beefs up summertime service in U.S., Mexico

Move is one of biggest network expansions in company history.


Minnesota-based Best Buy reports best holiday sales in 14 years

The company's profits fell due to bonuses and costs associated with new U.S. tax law.


Hormel's tax savings will result in capital improvements, wage equalization and community investments

The food company's quarterly profits rose nearly 30 percent.


Sun Country will cut 350 workers at MSP, taps Canadian firm to manage

Layoffs begin immediately, with workers given "preferable access" to reapply as soon as Wednesday.