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Connecticut's individual income tax collections have slid, recently coming in far below what had been forecast and lower than had been collected last year.
The latest healthcare and health insurance reform proposal collapsed in Washington this week, about when the Minneapolis health benefits company Gravie Inc. announced its latest…
It turned out to be a bad idea to look for research papers that explain why big companies routinely pay their top executives well into…
A decision about the master plan is still a long way off, but at least we know one thing now: Opponents are willing to talk nonsense about it.
Another one of life's dreams ended, that of closing a career by writing a terrific management book.
With Minneapolis charging ahead with a $15 per hour minimum wage last week, Minneapolis restaurant owners are already well down the road to figuring out a new model for the table service segment of the local industry.
One of the biggest projects to bring broadband to rural areas of Minnesota has reached a crossroads.
What's really missing from the conversation about a higher city-mandated minimum wage, one mayoral hopeful said, is a clear understanding of who it is that will be paying more.
The online retailer's ambitions should be no surprise to its competitors, including Target.
There’s a kind of investment available in the market called a renewable, unsecured subordinated note. When the pros talk about them it sounds like “Russians,”…