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Huntington Bank closing 11 Twin Cities branches inside Cub stores

The closures amount to about 15% of its Minnesota locations.

Federal Reserve grants U.S. Bancorp relief from stricter regulations after acquisition

The Minneapolis-based bank also reported a better-than-expected third-quarter profit.

Why are there suddenly credit unions 'everywhere' in Minnesota?

Traditional banks are closing branches. But credit unions are taking an alternate approach.

Minnesota added 7,700 jobs in May despite uptick in unemployment rate

The state jobless rate increased slightly to 2.9% as more people entered the labor force.

Twin Cities' inflation is lowest among a dozen U.S. cities and half the rate of the U.S.

The Minneapolis-St. Paul region continues to see inflation moderating faster on a year-over-year basis compared to other parts of the country.

Minnesota's first Black-owned bank still trying to gain steam after first year

First Independence Bank expanded from Detroit to Minneapolis at the urging of a group of local banking executives.

William Spriggs, advisor to the Minneapolis Fed who criticized how economists approach race, dies at 68

Spriggs was chief economist at the AFL-CIO and advised the Minneapolis Fed's Opportunity & Inclusive Growth Institute.

Minnesota's export growth slowed in first months of 2023 but still surpassed nation's

State exports to Canada and Mexico increased while those to China declined.

Target pulls some of its Pride products after threats to store workers

The Minneapolis-based retailer is still selling swimwear made for the transgender community but is no longer selling products from a brand that critics say expresses "Satanist" views.

Lockheed Martin design center coming to St. Paul, bringing more than 100 jobs

The aerospace and security company should open its Twin Cities operations this fall.