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Thursday Morning Business Brief
Friday Morning Business Brief
International stock markets were mostly higher today, with Japan's benchmark closing above the 20,000-level for the first time in 15 years, encouraged by the country's first monthly trade surplus since 2012.
The online retailer is asking the city of Shakopee for about $5 million in tax breaks to build the 820,000-square-foot center and warehouse.
Blue Bell's chief executive Paul Kruse says the company "cannot say with certainty" how the bacteria was introduced to its facilities.
The longtime sprint car track near Brandon will be renamed Badlands Motor Speedway after the 2015 season.
Stocks are higher in afternoon trading. They're bouncing back from a big loss on Friday as companies turn in healthy earnings reports.
The retailer released its Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection, and many stores were sold out within minutes.
International stock markets were mostly lower today though stocks in mainland China extended their gains on expectations of further policy easing.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard recognized two individuals and a community for achievements and contributions to economic development in South Dakota at the annual Governor’s Economic Development Conference.
Chinese shares rebounded on stimulus hopes today, recovering in the wake of gloomy first-quarter economic numbers.
International stock markets have been mixed today with European shares up in early trading on expectations that European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi will stay the course in stimulus.
International stock markets were mixed in muted trading today amid a lack of fresh news to buoy market sentiment following an overnight slide on Wall Street.
Stocks are drifting lower this afternoon as investors looked ahead to a busy week for corporate earnings.
China's stock benchmark closed at a seven-year high today as hopes for economic stimulus rose and other Asian markets were mostly higher.
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