Minneapolis-based Fair Isaac Corp. has eliminated 31 positions in the Twin Cities. The Pioneer Press reports the company is shifting "resources to activity that will yield the greatest profitability and growth." Fair Isaac calculates and sells FICO scores to gauge consumer and borrower credit-worthiness.
Watch: Suspects drive wrong-way on I-35E, before carjacking separate vehicles
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office said the suspects are still at large.
MPCA: Minnesota's emissions fell by 23% between 2005 and 2020
Clean energy investments have driven the decline.
Community steps up for dog found shot in Douglas County
The dog faces a long road to recovery.
Former U.S. Senator for Minnesota Dave Durenberger dies at 88
Durenberger served two terms before his disgraceful exit in the mid-1990s.
Two new breweries join Minneapolis, St. Paul downtowns
There are new spots in North Loop and Lowertown.
'Driver's Licenses For All' bill passes Minnesota House, heads to Senate
It would allow Minnesotans to obtain it without needing proof of legal presence in the U.S.
Charges: Food-deprived child was tortured, abused by foster caregivers
The charges consist of child torture and neglect.
Lawless Distilling in south Minneapolis abruptly closes its doors
The company stated "the wear and tear of the pandemic has taken its toll."
Charges: Driver had been drinking at party before striking teens, killing one
The victims were walking home from Walmart at the time of the crash, according to court documents.
State: Beltrami County Jail conditions present imminent risk of 'life-threatening harm'
The state is taking action to force changes at the Beltrami County Jail.
Twin Cities shoppers to trim holiday budgets, spend more on gifts
Deloitte's 27th annual holiday survey shows shoppers in the Twin Cities plan to spend roughly $430 on gifts this year, but cut their overall holiday budgets.
FICO completes acquisition of fraud prevention firm Adeptra
Minneapolis-based Fair Isaac Corp. has finished its $115 million acquisition of Connecticut-based Adeptra Ltd., the Associated Press reports. FICO is best known for its credit rating system.
Luxury apartments in demand in Twin Cities
Looking to rent a place in the urban center, with all the amenities, close to shopping, gyms and a good coffee shop? Get in line. Developers are scrambling to meet demand for high-end apartment complexes in the Twin Cities. In the fourth quarter of 2011, Minneapolis issued permits to build 1,900 residential units in downtown alone, KARE 11 says.
Minneapolis law firm cuts 20 support staff from its workforce
Legal giant Dorsey & Whitney has laid off 20 employees, including 12 positions at the downtown Minneapolis headquarters. The Star Tribune reports no lawyers were cut from the firm. The newspaper notes the remaining layoffs were at offices in California, Hong Kong, New York, Salt Lake City and Seattle.
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