Business Reporter, Pioneer Press
twincities.com — James Fry, the last defendant related to the Tom Petters Ponzi scheme, went on trial Monday on fraud charges that could put him in prison for decades. Other than Petters, Fry is the only one charged related to the case who did not plead guilty.
twincities.com — Posted: 05/20/2013 12:01:00 AM CDT Updated: 05/20/2013 11:55:13 AM CDT As the Legislature nears a midnight deadline for adjournment, the chief sponsor of legislation in the Minnesota House to boost the minimum wage said that passing a compromise bill is "very doable." A conference committee is scheduled to meet at 1 p.m.
latimes.com — Don't know why, but Thursday turned into car crash day. Perhaps it was because, in between reading about one White House scandal or another, I was distracted by this intriguing headline on The Times' homepage: " Kim Kardashian's gate closes on Kanye West's $750K Lamborghini."
twincities.com — Dan Williams was born during the summer solstice -- the day when the Earth's Northern Hemisphere receives the most hours of sunshine. Appropriate, he says, given what he does for a living. Williams and his partner, Rebecca Lundberg, own Powerfully Green, a Twin Cities-based solar energy system installation company.
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