Vonage has agreed to pay $100 million to resolve a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit that alleges the Holmdel, New Jersey-based cloud communications company failed to give customers an easy way to cancel their internet-based telephone services and charged them excessive fees.
A judge ruled in favor of a request from the Dayton’s Project owner-developer to delay the upcoming auction of the project’s loan in New York.
Despite plenty of sound and fury Monday, only 17 lawmakers voted against a bill to provide $216 million in COVID-19 relief to businesses impaired by the governor’s Nov. 20 executive order.
The ordinance guarantees paid sick leave for any person working in the city
Minnesota employers added 11,300 jobs to payrolls in July, capping a two-month run that has boosted the state workforce by 21,000 jobs. The additions are part of a year-long winning streak that has seen 44,034 new jobs created in the state, according to employment figures released Thursday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. The job additions also set a record[...]
U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen doesn’t want negative sentiment on trade to fill what he calls a “vacuum” surrounding two international trade deals waiting for congressional and diplomatic action. Nor does he want negative talk to hamper Minnesota businesses from pursuing more overseas commerce. Paulsen, an Eden Prairie Republican running for re-election in Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional Dist[...]
Due to some revised data from May, the impact of that increase hit a muted note.
Program links small businesses, small investors
Workers lay asphalt between 34th and 38th Streets on Minnehaha Ave in south Minneapolis. Minnesota has added 4,295 construction jobs year-over-year as of May. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)
DEED officials said it was the biggest monthly gain since September 2013
U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer is the latest Minnesota official to speak out against Dodd-Frank
The head of one of Minnesota’s largest freight rail operators on Monday rebuked a plan working its way through the Legislature that would raise taxes on railroad companies, pitched by proponents as a way to fund necessary safety upgrades. At a lunch event with business leaders in downtown Minneapolis, BNSF Railway Executive Chairman Matt Rose took aim at a proposal that would require Minnesot[...]
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