Uber Stock Investors Better Buckle Up For A Bumpy RideMonday is Uber's first full day of trading after its rough initial public offering Friday when it offered shares for $45 each and saw the stock price promptly drop. Investors in the ride-hail company better fasten their seatbelts: Uber shares are down 7% and trading below $40 before the opening bell.
Uber IPO Promises Riches For Handful Of Investors -- And Risks GaloreUber, one of the most ambitious and controversial technology companies to emerge over the last decade, hopes investors can agree on one thing when the rideshare giant goes public Friday: Despite losing car-loads of cash, the company is going places.
Delta To Nonunion Workers: You Can Pay For Video Games, Baseball Games Instead Of Union DuesA war of words continues between Delta Air Lines and labor unions trying to get certain airline workers to unionize.
MyPillow Laying Off 150 Workers At Shakopee Plant; CEO Announces New Online VentureTwin Cities-based MyPillow is laying off roughly 10% of its workforce at its manufacturing plant in Shakopee.
Higher China Tariffs Could Cost Americans $767 AnnuallyTrump tweeted that he intended to hike tariffs on Chinese goods to 25 percent from 10 percent put in place in September.
Shakopee Passes Ban On Buying Certain Gift Cards With Credit CardsYou will soon have to show an ID to buy certain gift cards with a credit card in Shakopee.
Minnesota's Failed Amazon Bid Highlighted Quality Of LifeThe report listed a wide range of attributes including the region's talent pool, higher education system and accessibility to other parts of the country via the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport.
CenterPoint Bungled Refund, Regulators SayCenterPoint Energy customers were left with checks that bounced or late payment fees after the utility reversed rate refunds to customers because it miscalculated sales taxes.
Report: Tim Hortons Looks To Be Leaving The Twin Cities Tim Horton’s, the Canadian coffee shop, is apparently retreating from the Twin Cities after making a move into the metro market just a few years ago.
CVS Closing 46 Stores Across The Country, Including 3 In The Twin CitiesDrugstore chain CVS is closing dozens of stores across the country, including three locations in the Twin Cities.
Minnesotan’s E-Scooter Brain Injury Highlights Need For HelmetsA Minnesota man crashed an electric scooter last month in Denver, and could now face years of recovery.
Twin Cities Malls Investing In Aquariums, Sports Simulators To Bring In ShoppersTwin Cities malls have gone through millions of dollars’ worth in renovations in recent years, some of which includes aquariums, an updated look, and some retail, too.
Main Street Farmer Eatery Took A Risk On St. Michael...And It Paid OffWhen Jonathan Campion decided to open a higher-end restaurant near his hometown, it was a bit of a surprise.
3M Plans To Cut 2,000 Jobs Amid Slower-Than-Expected 2019The maker of Post-it notes, industrial coatings and ceramics said Thursday that the move is expected to save about $225 million to $250 million a year. The St. Paul Minnesota-based company anticipates a pretax charge of about $150 million, or 20 cents per share, this year.
First Avenue Tests Out Reusable Beer CupThe beer hasn't changed, but lately, the cups it is served in look a little different at First Avenue.