Twin Cities home prices climbed 10 percent over the year ending in September, according to the widely followed S&P/Case-Shiller index. Read more →
The much-cited S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices out Tuesday provided yet more confirmation of a firming housing market in Minnesota and nationally in the month of May.
Consumers are resisting the attempts of General Mills and other food companies to pass long rising commodity costs. And that’s hurting sales and profits.
The annual rate of decline in Twin Cities home prices slowed somewhat in November, bucking a national trend.
Shares of TCF Financial, parent company of TCF Bank, are down six percent in morning trading after the company announced a 49 percent drop in fourth quarter earnings.
Several new tenants have been lined up to take over space when Bloomingdale’s closes its store at the Mall of America.
The Bloomingdale’s store at the Mall of America will be closing.
ManpowerGroup, a national staffing firm, says employers have greater intentions of hiring new staff in the first three months of 2012 than they did a year ago. However, most say they won’t change staffing levels at all.
Why hasn’t the OccupyMN presence been as intense and confrontational as those in areas like New York City and Oakland?
A big, positive swing in private sector compensation in the Twin Cities.