Christopher Snowbeck, Star Tribune has an update to a lawsuit filed in April 2021. The amended lawsuit claims that John Rex , the CFO of UnitedHealth Group, was motivated by the company’s important business relationships with Wells Fargo and pushed for the retention of the bank’s low performing investment funds within the employee 401(k).
Via WCCO According the Minneapolis police, a shootout took place shortly before 3:30 a.m. on Monday between Abbott Northwestern Hospital security, and an “unwanted individual on the property”. The suspect fled the scene but was later found and arrested.
Tom Lyden of FOX 9 investigates claims by family members and former followers that a Minnesota food truck finances a Minnetonka sect. Two sisters, Bad Rooster as well as co-owner Soulaire have now filed a lawsuit against each other for civil conspiracy and defamation after they claimed that the food truck was financing Soulful Journey which has deprived them from their mother.
Nancy Marie Spears at Sahan Journal and Farrah Mina from Sahan Journal report that the Minneapolis-based National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition and the First Nations Repatriation Institute have collaborated on a survey for American Indian survivors of foster care, boarding schools, and adoption.
Adam Platt from Twin Cities Business reports about how Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport prepares for a future and banking to allow business travelers back to the skies.
From Bring Me the News After 115 years of being in business on Lake Street, the Schatzlein Siding Shop announced that it will close.