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Apple says sales for latest iPhones may surpass 10 million in first weekend on sale

. NEW YORK — Apple says preorders for its latest iPhone models were so strong that it expects it to surpass last year’s record of selling more than 10 million phones during its first weekend on sale.

Fiat Chrysler CEO cancels Frankfurt auto show appearance, indicating that UAW deal may be near

DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has canceled plans Tuesday to attend the Frankfurt International Motor Show in Germany, an indication that the company may be getting close to a contract agreement with the United Auto Workers union.

Insider trading in Minnesota companies


Coach's corner: Finance analyst needs to explore why she's crying at the office

Q: I’m a fairly emotional person, and need help keeping my feelings under control at work. In particular, I sometimes cry at work, which does not go over well. What can I do

Renaming of northern New York college to honor big donor stirs emotional protests from alumni

PAUL SMITHS, N.Y. — Paul Smith’s College already has the Joan Weill Adirondack Library and the Joan Weill Student Center thanks to the largesse of the wife of a Wall Street billionaire. Now, for just $20 million, she can have

Movers & Shakers: Ryan Berkness, PR Caffeine

A look at the people behind the numbers in area business:

Internal fights, intense partisanship complicate GOP leaders' bid to avoid federal shutdown

WASHINGTON — No government shutdown this year, Republican congressional leaders say. But with Congress, it’s never easy. A band of

Business people

moving up Grant Thornton named Kevin Bennett and Katie Goeman partners for the firm’s Minneapolis office. Bennett joined the firm

Google names auto veteran Krafcik to lead self-driving car development push

Google is adding a veteran automotive executive to run its program focused on developing self-driving cars. The technology giant says

Schumer proposes requirement that would keep drones away from airports, possibly big events

NEW YORK — Sen. Charles Schumer wants to force drone manufacturers to implement geo-fencing technology that would keep the unmanned aircrafts away from airports and possibly events like sports contests and parades.

What is wrong with millennial credit scores

personal finance bobbi rebell Millennials get plenty of recognition for frugality and their desire to share everything from cars to

Despite populist rhetoric from some GOP candidates, their tax proposals tilt toward the rich

DENVER — Jeb Bush went to Detroit and talked about leveling the playing field. Marco Rubio wrote a book about helping the working class. Rand Paul is promising to expand the Republican Party beyond its traditional base.

Ask Matt: How can I keep my job search positive?

Dear Matt: I’ve hit some roadblocks in my job search. Can you provide some insight on the power of positive thinking in the job search and interview process to help stay motivated

Return of the Comets: Thanks to oil boom, football returns to small ND town after 27 years

ALEXANDER, N.D. — As a blanket of gray clouds rolls over the prairie, the grunts of scrimmage, the shrill chirp of the referee’s whistle and cheers from the crowd fill the Saturday afternoon air. This is how a small town

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