'The Cooling-Off Rule': Know Your Rights to Cancel ContractsFederal and Minnesota law allow consumers to cancel certain types of contracts within three business days.
How Summer Jobs Are Changing For TeensAccording to U.S. labor statistics, just 40 percent of teens are getting summer jobs these days, down from 72 percent in 1978.
Tips For Making Summer Camp More AffordableThose of us thinking of shipping the kids off to summer camp know -- it can get expensive.
Seven Automakers Add 4.4M Vehicles To Takata RecallSeven automakers are adding nearly 4.4 million vehicles to the massive Takata air bag inflator recall.
Duluth-Based Minnesota Power Proposes Rate Hike In Cost-Cutting PlanMinnesota Power is proposing a rate hike for residential customers as part of a plan to cut electrical costs for struggling mining and paper companies.
Cards Of Some Cub Foods Customers Charged TwiceIf you bought groceries last Friday at Cub Foods using an electronic transaction, you may want to take a close look at your bank account.
Target To Collaborate With Designer Adam LippesTarget is hoping to score again with another designer collaboration. In April, they caused a shopping frenzy at its stores across the nation when it released a limited edition line by designer Lilly Pulitzer. It even caused Target's website to crash.
Running Out Of Time: Limited-Time Deals Can Be LimitingTarget shoppers found out this weekend that when stores make deals to carry merchandise from high-end designers for a limited time, it can be, well, really limiting.
Furniture Megastore Opens Saturday In Little CanadaThe Dock 86 store in Little Canada will soon be joined by HOM Furniture and Gabberts in the space that used to serve as the warehouse for Dock 86. All three stores will be attached, and they will open at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Little O's, Yellow Box: A Look Back At 74 Years Of Cheerios At General MillsGeneral Mills launched the cheerios brand back in 1941 as Cheeri Oats. The name was changed a few years later to what it is today, Cheerios. Seventy four years later, it is still the bestselling brand of ready-to-eat cereal on American breakfast tables.
Japanese Company Faces Fines For Not Cooperating In Airbag InvestigationTakata, the Japanese company accused of making faulty airbags that blinded a woman in Minnesota, is facing a $14,000 fine for each day it didn’t cooperate in a U.S. government investigation.
Shopping Hungry Will Empty Your Wallet, Study SaysYou've heard the advice, don't grocery shop on an empty stomach. Now a new study from the University of Minnesota says that's not the only kind of shopping you should avoid if you're hungry.