Minnesota joins other states in suing egg producers, but Sparboe and other farmers wonder if prosecutors understand economics.
Target will hire fewer seasonal workers this year, instead offering more hours and flexibility to the employees it does have.
The European Union announced plans Thursday to require the smartphone industry to adopt a uniform charging cord for mobile devices, a push that could eliminate the all-too-familiar experience of rummaging through a drawer full of tangled cables to find the right one.
Federal officials made more than two dozen recommendations Thursday aimed at further safeguarding power plants and natural gas supplies to prevent a repeat of the February blackouts that caused more than 200 deaths in Texas.
The British government sought to ease concerns Thursday of a fuel crisis after oil giants BP and ExxonMobil-owned Esso warned they had to ration supplies and close some gas stations as a result of a truck driver shortage.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced plans Thursday to spend more than $900 million over the next five years to curb global malnutrition, a move to stem the rise in world hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic. It's one of several pledges private donors made this week as world leaders gather in New York for the annual United Nations General Assembly.
The widow of a passenger killed in a helicopter crash in Georgia is suing the pilot's estate and two helicopter companies, saying the aircraft should never have been flying in poor weather.
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The company, a maker of industrial molds from 3-D printers, is a supplier to makers of medical devices and other industrial components.
Even as treatment prices become easier to find, it's unclear that patients will take the time to make comparisons.
The program will help improve child-care worker salaries.
Parent company iMedia Brands announces plans to buy Germany-based interactive media retail company for $95M.
The program is funded by federal stimulus dollars.
Regulators say there have been 59 reported device malfunctions, 10 serious injuries and two deaths related to the medical product recall.
Dakota bands and the Minnesota Historical Society have reached a settlement with an energy developer on the proximity of a wind farm to the Jeffers Petroglyphs.
The Minneapolis banking giant waited years to join the industry's latest dealmaking wave as CEO Andrew Cecere applied a tough standard for making a big move.
In the biggest deals, Minnesota-based companies have more often done the buying, rather than getting bought.
The top prize of $350,000 went to a Virginia-based maker of desserts and sweets.
Customers will pay 5 cents for each bag provided by a store.
The Minnesota maker of Cheerios is still riding the pandemic's tailwinds despite Wall Street's concern over inflation and higher supply chain costs.