From the editors of Twin Cities Business:
Jeffrey Rodd, who was ordered earlier this year to cease the sale of securities in Minnesota, now faces allegations of fraud.
A planned $100 million renovation of the facility could begin in 2014.
The state has recovered all the jobs lost during the recession and remains more than 2 percent below the national unemployment rate, but they are not as high-quality of jobs as the state had in 2008.
Pending final approval from the Minneapolis City Council, New York-based architecture firm James Corner Field Operations will redesign the downtown business and retail corridor.
In a company-run analysis, which was required by regulators, U.S. Bancorp projected that it could survive a major recession; Wells Fargo said it, too, would be prepared for such a downturn.