North America reclaimed the top spot with the most millionaires last year as the world's ultra-rich led the way in raising global wealth to a record high, according to a report by Cap Gemini and Royal Bank of Canada.
NEW YORK — Men's Wearhouse doesn't like the way its founder looks anymore. The men's clothier said Wednesday that it has fired the face of the company and its executive chairman, George Zimmer, 64, who appeared in many of its TV commercials with the slogan “You're going to like the way you look. I guarantee it.”RELATED CONTENT
The maker of the popular Firefox browser is moving ahead with plans to block the most common forms of Internet tracking, allowing hundreds of millions of users to limit who watches their movements across the Web, company officials said Wednesday.
PITTSBURGH — A member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard has sued Target Corp., saying he was wrongly fired from one of the chain's Pittsburgh-area stores for violating its “no-call, no-show” policy while he was on a two-week training assignment in Virginia.
Former Vikings owner one of financial backers
DETROIT - A new company hopes to make the car-buying process easier for consumers and more efficient for dealers by bringing cars to buyers for test drives, avoiding the need to spend hours at a dealership.
ST. PAUL — Amazon.com says it will drop its Minnesota-based affiliate websites before the state's online sales tax becomes law July 1.
Confusing laws lead some employers to be less accommodating, expert says
WASHINGTON – Thirty-five years after Congress passed a federal law to protect pregnant women from discrimination on the job, these workers are instead denied reasonable accommodations that other workers receive and often wind up losing income, benefits or their jobs or suffering pregnancy complications, according to a report released Tuesday.
STANLEY, N.D. - Minneapolis-based Oppidan Investment Co. broke ground on two retail developments in North Dakota’s Bakken region last week.
We're sorry, sir, but we don't have any cars left. That was my unpleasant welcome to Michigan by Hertz. I had a reservation. They saw the reservation. The problem: Hertz hadn't actually saved me a car.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota business and labor union organizations were among the heaviest spenders on lobbying during the first five months of 2013, which coincided with the Legislature's annual session, according to financial reports made public Tuesday.
ST. PAUL — Some Minnesota businesses that would be subject to a new sales tax expansion are complaining loudly and trying to get parts of it repealed.
FARGO – An immigration reform bill taking shape in the U.S. Senate could have important ramifications for North Dakota businesses and their ability to grow.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON – Tucked deep in the 1,198-page House agriculture policy legislation is an initiative to guarantee prices for sushi rice. So too is insurance for alfalfa and a marketing plan for Christmas trees.
NEW YORK — Here's the latest goal for food makers: Perfect the art of imperfection. When stretching out the dough for its premium “Artisan Pizzas,” Domino's workers are instructed not to worry about making the rectangles too perfect: The pies are supposed to have a more rustic look.RELATED CONTENT
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