Volkswagen Stock Plummets As CEO Admits To Software CheatThe scandal at Volkswagen is growing. The German car manufacturer admitted Tuesday that software designed to cheat emissions tests was installed in 11 million cars worldwide. The scandal prompted an apology from Volkswagen USA CEO Michael Horn. "Our company was dishonest with the EPA," Horn said.
MNsure Gives Users Troubleshooting Tips MNsure is releasing some tips they hope will help frustrated Minnesotans troubleshoot through its health insurance marketplace website. John Schadl, spokesman for MNsure, says they have gathered several common questions that operators at their call center are asked daily. The original deadline for enrollment was Monday, Dec. 23, but that deadline was extended to Dec. 31 after complaints of ongoing challenges that people faced while trying to enroll under the new federal health care law.
Online MCA Test Glitches Causing Headaches, DelayDozens of Minnesota school districts are in the midst of MCA standardized testing, one of the most stressful weeks of the year for students.
Used Turbo Tax To File? You May Have To Do It AgainJust when you thought you were done with those tax returns, you may have to start over. The company that makes tax software like turbo tax says it messed up.
Skyward Files Notice Of Protest Over Losing BidA Wisconsin-based school software provider filed a protest with the state Friday after it lost a $15 million contract that was awarded to a Minnesota company, arguing that the process was flawed even though an independent reviewer found no problems.
Minn. Tries Again After Failed Software ProjectThe Minnesota Department of Human Services is back on the hunt for a software upgrade -- this time with financial help from the federal government.
Stolen Computer Spies On ThiefA computer thief probably thought he got away with the crime, but what he didn't know was that the computer was keeping an eye on him.
Minn. Bill Seeks Health Software After Failed TryA Minnesota lawmaker wants to restart the quest for software to streamline applications for health and welfare programs after a failed project that cost at least $41 million.