After months of scrutiny from state legislators and government watchdog groups, Minnesota Department of Management and Budget (MMB) officials have delivered this month on promises to improve stimulus information online.
Minnesota’s unemployment insurance trust fund, overburdened by a 7.3 percent jobless rate that is showing few signs of improvement, has been out of money for weeks and will likely be close to $300 million in the hole by the end of the year.
As a veteran state staffer who strives to help laid-off workers, Mike Goldman knows he won’t always be welcome when calling on Minnesota employers planning to dismiss large numbers of employees.
An Arizona man who spent 10 months working as a telephone solicitor for a Minnesota-based Republican fundraising firm claims that the company regularly hires convicted felons who have unrestricted access to political donors’ credit card numbers.
You could be forgiven if you hadn’t heard that three east metro counties have banded together to publish a blog that describes where and how federal recovery funds are being used locally.
A Central Corridor rail bid-opportunity mixer is scheduled for 2-4 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Minnesota Transportation Museum in St. Paul’s historic Jackson Street Roundhouse, 193 Pennsylvania Ave. E.
The St. Paul Area Association of Realtors and the Southern Twin Cities Association of Realtors have approved a plan to merge the two organizations.
A bipartisan coalition of state legislators is soliciting the input of Minnesota owners of small businesses to help make the state a better place to do business.
The power of the press may be in its twilight, but newspaper stories still have enough influence to bring together some of Minnesota’s top financial industry leaders and regulators at the Capitol for a closer look at financial regulation.
The chair of the state Senate commerce committee is feeling a little burned by the banking industry these days. Scheid’s complaint will be part of the background noise at a commerce committee hearing Tuesday that will focus on Minnesota’s banking system.
In a brutal economy for counties, the Dakota County Board of Commissioners has frozen the county’s non-union wages.
A seminar on international market research will be offered Oct. 15 in St. Paul by the Minnesota Trade Office.
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