Rep. Jim Oberstar wanted citizens to have a voice in the Northwest-Delta merger proposal. That’s why he placed a memorable phone call.
In the Twin Cities, there’s actually been an increase in low-fare competition since Delta Air Lines acquired Eagan-based Northwest Airlines.
Candidates of all political stripes will need to address the economic insecurity of voters.
A steady recovery also could hold political benefits for incumbents in 2014 if independents believe Minnesota is on the right track.
Rochester city officials will start sharing some of the city’s sales tax proceeds this month with 17 neighboring communities.
After a painful bankruptcy, the regional carrier moves its headquarters to the Twin Cities.
When Graves bolted from the 2014 race, his decision reflects the way of thinking that he’s employed for years to decide which business opportunities are worth his time and money.
Minnesota retailers who target low- and moderate-income residents will undoubtedly see the effects of the price surge.
Minnesota construction companies, manufacturers and other businesses are well-positioned to capitalize on North Dakota’s economic expansion.
Manufacturers are being cautious about their own spending, and that affects the state’s economy.
The airport drama that I witnessed Sunday is just one example of how government doesn’t work in 2013.
Among Minnesota’s top 100 publicly held companies, only 17.4 percent of the senior executives are women.
The president of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce says his organization will fight the governor’s plan to create a fourth income tax tier.
Oberstar was right when he warned in 2008 that the union of Delta and Northwest would kick off a wave of mergers that oculd lead to three “mega-carriers.”
About 14.2 percent of Minnesota workers were union members in 2012, down from 15.1 percent in 2011.
The Great Recession showed us what happens to tax collections when businesses and jobs vanish.
Letters urging a deal signed by almost 160 top executives, including two prominent Minnesota business leaders.