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United Healthcare CEO Calls ACA Exchange Expansion A 'Bad Decision'UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley says the nation's biggest health insurer made a bad decision when it dove deeper into the Affordable Care Act's public insurance exchanges this year.
Good Question: Why Do We Like To Buy Stuff?Over the long Thanksgiving weekend, the National Retail Federation reports the average shopper spent about $300. Three-quarters of that total went towards gifts for others, but a big chunk of the spending went towards ourselves.
Gov. Dayton To Steel Company: Repay MN VendorsGov. Mark Dayton is pressuring a steel company that received a hefty government loan to quickly repay private Minnesota vendors or risk him seeking immediate reimbursement of the $66 million state note.
Target Website Experiencing Intermittent Issues On Cyber MondayTarget's website has been experiencing issues this Cyber Monday. The website first went down about 9 a.m. Monday morning.
This Year’s Holiday Lighting Trend? Hire Someone To Do ItHoliday lights are being turned on all over the state. Lighting companies say Thanksgiving week and the week after are the busiest weeks of the year. No job is too small, but if you want professional help, time is running out.
Shoppers Keep It Local On 'Small Business Saturday'Managing a local business runs in the family for Angela Lessman. "I was around it my whole childhood," Lessman said. "I grew up in a store. My parents had a store for consignment for artists in Door County, Wisconsin."
Drones Expected To Fly Off The Shelves This Holiday SeasonA new, hot holiday gift is taking flight this year. With prices starting as low as $60, sales for drones are soaring. Thanks to evolving technology, anyone from kids to adults can pilot a drone.
From Pine To Citrus, New Variety Of Tree Brings A New Scent To The HolidaysThe search for the perfect Christmas tree is underway at tree farms and tree lots around Minnesota. Many families will head to tree farms, like Krueger's Christmas Tree Farm, where the centerpiece of yuletide festivities sits on 50 acres.
Shinola North Hosts Pop-Up Market For Small Business SaturdayAfter Thanksgiving, after Black Friday, Small Business Saturday is the next event to celebrate. The Saturday after Thanksgiving is all about shopping local.
Beer Lovers Line Up In South Mpls. For Goose Island's World-Renowned StoutWe're used to seeing Black Friday shoppers in long lines outside stores and at malls, but you don't often see lines like this to buy a beer!
Amidst Black Friday Frenzy, Workers Rally For Better Pay & Benefits In Mpls.Workers in Minneapolis are using Black Friday to rally for better pay and benefits. Supporters gathered outside the downtown Macy's Friday morning speaking out for better conditions for working families.
Black Friday: The Day Of Shopping Kicks OffBlack Friday is here and despite many stores opening last night, many are still up early this morning looking for great deals.
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