Wednesday P.M. Report

Target Field store to stay open overnight, selling playoff items: The Majestic Twins Clubhouse Store at the Minnesota Twins’ Target Field is staying open 33.5 straight hours to better accommodate fans wanting to get 2010 playoff memorabilia, now that the Major League Baseball team has clinched the American League Central division title and a spot in the playoffs. The store will stay open until 8:30 p.m. Thursday. The three Twins Pro Shops in Twins Territory, located in Apple Valley, Roseville and Minnetonka, will open an hour early, at 7 a.m., on Thursday. Read full story

Minneapolis consumers have best credit in nationwide survey: Minneapolis consumers have better credit scores than any others in the United States, according to data released by information services company Experian. Minneapolis took top honors with an average credit score of 787 in the annual “State of Credit” report. The average Minneapolis consumer had 2.06 open cards and $25,055 in debt, according to the survey. Read full story

Supervalu to cut greenhouse emissions 10%: Grocery store giant Supervalu Inc. today said it plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions at its locations by 10 percent by the end of 2012, with 2007 as the baseline year for the initiative. The effort is part of a partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Eden Prairie-based Supervalu is one of 25 participants in the WWF’s Climate Savers program. Read full story

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