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Brained Int’l Raceway Owner Talks Grief, PerseveranceOut of tragedy sometimes comes an adjustment in life that was never in the plan. That's exactly what happened to Brained International Raceway’s Kirsti Copham, reports Mike Max (3:25). WCCO 4 News At 10 – August 20, 2019
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Target Launching New Grocery Brand 'Good & Gather'Christiane Cordero reports as the Minneapolis-based retailer debuts its latest in-house brand (1:43). WCCO This Morning -- Aug. 19, 2019
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CEO Pay Surged 940% In Last 40 Years; Average Worker Raise Was 12%It is often hard to calculate average CEO pay, because much of it is made up of stock options (4:00). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 15, 2019
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Stocks Fall, Signaling 1st Yield Curve Inversion In 12 YearsThe stock market fell sharply today as bond markets signaled a possible recession, reports Mary McGuire (1:53). WCCO 4 News At 10 – August 14, 2019
How To End Your Summer Internship On A High NoteMichael Walker, educational consultant and PhD student at the University of Minnesota, explains (4:20). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 14, 2019
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Amazon Workers Push For Higher Wages On ‘Prime Day’Christiane Cordero reports on the walkout planned Monday at the facility in Shakopee (2:01). WCCO This Morning – July 15, 2019
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Amazon To Spend $700 Million To Train 100,000 Workers For Digital AgeAmazon is a global leader in the use of artificial intelligence and robots. But the online giant is revealing how it plans to invest more than 700-million dollars on its human work force. David Begnaud explains how the company wants to provide 100,000 U.S. employees with new skills for the digital age. (2:32) WCCO Mid-Morning – July 11, 2019
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Sun Country Blames ‘Operational Challenges’ For CancellationsWe're hearing from more customers, abandoned at airports, by Sun Country's sudden cancellation of flights, reports Kate Raddatz (2:27). WCCO 4 News At 6 – July 3, 2019
Tips For Graduating Students About To Enter Job MarketThousands of students are graduating and ready to jump into the best job market we've seen in quite a while. Kirstyn Sansom from Kelly Services (https://www.kellyservices.us/us/careers), along with college grads Jeff Jasan and Sam Milliren, explain (3:18). WCCO Mid-Morning – July 3, 2019
More Than Half Of Americans Have A Hard Time Eating Lunch At WorkAbout 80% of employees with a cafeteria at work will get lunch there (3:17). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 3, 2019
Sun Country Customers Say Flights Were Without WarningDozens of Sun Country passengers were left in the dark after their flights were canceled without warning, reports Mary McGuire (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 10 – July 2, 2019
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It's Take Your Dog To Work DayNew research suggests that companies may want to allow pets in the office every day, Chris Martinez reports (2:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 21, 2019
Target CEO Apologizes Over Weekend OutagesAll Target registers across the country were down for two hours Saturday, causing long lines and frustration, Heather Brown reports (0:45). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 19, 2019

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