Mills Family Sells Fleet Farm To New York FirmMills Fleet Farm was founded by Stewart Mills Sr. in Brainerd back in 1955. The company steadily grew into a chain of 35 retail stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and North Dakota. It gained retail success by appealing to both city and rural shoppers -- a niche that other stores did not offer.
Good Question: Where Does Money From Government Fines Go?Takata Corporation copped to mishandling a defect</a> that killed at least eight people and left others -- including a Minnesota woman -- blind. The government hands out billions in fines every year, but where does that money go?
Target Lays Off Another 235 In Twin CitiesAnother round of layoffs has struck Target Corp. in the Twin Cities. The company eliminated 235 positions Tuesday from its headquarters in Minneapolis and satellite offices in St. Louis Park and Brooklyn Park. It also cut 40 positions from its IT Center in India.
A Look At The Minnesotans On Forbes' Billionaires ListIt's one of the most prestigious lists of the year. The Forbes World Billionaires List is a ranking of the wealthiest of the wealthy, and some familiar Minnesota names were represented.
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Good Question: Why Do We Still Have Fuel Surcharges?Twice a month, CitySprint, a courier company based in Edina, adjusts its fuel surcharge. It generally adjusts down one percent for every 10 cent drop in gas. Larger delivery companies, like UPS, have also reduced their fuel surcharge.