Return Boxes, Donate To Goodwill Through AmazonFor anyone who has piles of Amazon boxes in their garage, now they can be recycled in a different way: by sending them to Goodwill.
Holiday Procrastinator? Minneapolis' 'Amazon Prime Now' Hub DeliversAmazon is offering help for all the holiday procrastinators in the Twin Cities.
Amazon To Nearly Double Shakopee WorkforceIt has not even been operating for six months, but the Amazon.com plant in Shakopee already plans to nearly double its workforce.
Which Online Grocery Delivery Service In The Twin Cities Is Best?Grocers have found a way to appeal to families on the go, and others who can't get to the store.
Seasonal Hiring Begins For Retailers In MinnesotaHiring for the holiday season is in full swing at retailers across the state.
Amazon Experiments With 30-Hour Work WeekAccording to reports, the 30-hour employees would get the same benefits as full-time employees, but a lower salary.
Amazon Adds Liquor To 1-Hour Delivery In Twin CitiesAmazon's one-hour delivery service will now deliver alcohol to Prime members in Minneapolis-St. Paul and surrounding areas.
Amazon Now Hiring For New Twin Cities' FacilityAmazon has started hiring for its new facility in the Twin Cities. For the past year, the company has been building a massive fulfillment center in Shakopee.
Warning: Check For Recall When Buying Toys, Kids Products OnlineParents may think they're getting a deal when buying toys and other kid items second hand at flea markets or online, but some of those products could be dangerous.
Good Questions: Water Bottles, Postal Trucks, & E-FilingEvery Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the best Good Questions submitted by viewers the previous week. This Friday, she's looking at filing fees on taxes, the size of water bottles and USPS trucks on Sunday.
Amazon Offering 1-Hour Shipping For Twin Cities Last-Minute Holiday ShoppersThe holidays are a peak shopping time for Amazon and today it showed off its Prime Now hub in Minneapolis. Amazon says it's Prime home is a procrastinator's dream.
Need For Tech Workers Helps Bump Holiday Hiring NumbersBelieve it or not, Christmas is seven weeks away. That means a lot of businesses are busy hiring for the holidays. A new survey from the job website CareerBuilder shows 33 percent of companies plan to hire seasonal help this year -- up from 26 percent in 2014.

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