TCF Financial is shuffling its management team. The bank said it is realigning its management to structure the company under four initiatives: Corporate development, enterprise risk management, lending and funding.
Guilty plea from man who stockpiled guns, equipment to make bombs, drugs
Prosecutors say he had multiple guns, items to make weapons and pipe bombs, and lab equipment to make drugs.
Minnesota State Fair 2022 tickets go on sale at discounted price
These early tickets are $3 cheaper.
Here is Polaris' new electric Ranger off-road vehicle
The Minnesota-based company unveiled the electric UTV on Wednesday.
MN women's soccer team narrows name, logo options to final 3
The winning nickname and logo will be announced in January.
Man seriously hurt in crash with school bus in St. Louis County
The four kids on the bus were not hurt.
2nd period surge leads Wild to fourth straight win
With three goals in the second, the Wild blasted the last-place Coyotes.
Late-tip in helps Gophers pass first big test, improve to 6-0
Luke Loewe's bucket with 2.4 seconds remaining helped the Gophers stay undefeated.
Man, 40, found dead stuck in air duct at his Otter Tail Co. home
The discovery was made by family members Monday morning.
What Biden said during his visit to Minnesota Tuesday
The president spoke at Dakota County Technical College.
Cook County registers its first COVID-19 death of the pandemic
The sparsely populated, highly-vaccinated county has continuously had one of the lowest rates of COVID in the state.
Support for MN family after anti-maskers target child of school board chair
An online group opposing Kelsey Waits outed the child as transgender.
St. Paul schools add 2 days to winter break due to pandemic stress
The added days off are meant to acknowledge the stress the pandemic has caused.
Free checking returns to TCF Bank
Wayzata-based TCF Financial Corp. says it is eliminating monthly account maintenance fees for all customers, regardless of minimum balance, direct deposit or transaction level requirements. The Business Journal notes TCF Bank began charging fees in early 2010 after new federal regulations were expected to reduce revenue from overdraft fees.
New fees have TCF bleeding customers, money
TCF Bank reports a first quarter loss of more than $280 million. More and larger fees are actually producing less money by driving away customers. The bank is still sizing up how many customers it's lost and which fees sent them packing. CEO Bill Cooper promises new solutions to reverse the trend.
Wolves on brink of financial ruin?
A Delaware-based investment blog lists the Minnesota Timberwolves as one of seven professional sports teams with the shakiest financial prospects. The report points out that the Wolves lost $7 million last year, and could lose more this year if the NBA season is wiped out by the lockout.
Minn.-based Woodbury Financial Services acquired by AIG
Oakdale-based independent broker-dealer Woodbury Financial Services has agreed to be purchased by New York-based insurance giant American International Group, Inc. (AIG). Woodbury Financial, a subsidiary of The Hartford Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., will now become a part of AIG subsidiary Advisor Group.
Supervalu restructures management under new CEO
Eden Prairie-based Supervalu is restructuring its management team in attempt to make a comeback. The grocery store chain is up against tough competition and recent attempts to attract shoppers with lower prices have not been successful. Late last month, the chain fired its CEO just weeks after reporting a dismal fiscal first quarter.
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