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Jul 28th

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Binder debacle: Why diversity and inclusion are good ideas

Diversity is trending right now. Everyone is curious about it. Discussion, debate and crafting of policies around Employee Diversity and Inclusion is the latest corporate craze. Stating specifically what a company's stance is on employee diversity seems like a decent way to take care of employees. In reality, however, Diversity and Inclusion policies are equally beneficial for companies.
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Savings tool helps build assets and change lives

Savings tool helps build assets and change livesBobbie Harris is following her dream of developing a self-publishing company that will publish literature to improve reading literacy. Now a student at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, her goals are to engage readers to want to read more to support self-sufficiency and personal development. She got her start through the Eastside Financial Center in St. Paul where she enrolled in a matched-savings program that helped her complete her bachelor's degree.
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L’Oréal USA Senior Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Angela Guy, named a 2012 Top Infl uential Woman in corporate America by Savoy Magazine

L’Oréal USA Senior Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Angela Guy, named a 2012 Top Infl uential Woman in corporate America by Savoy MagazineL'Oréal USA Senior Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Angela Guy, named a 2012 Top Infl uential Woman in corporate America by Savoy Magazine
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Super Bowl moment: Are you ready?

Sunday afternoons are famous for football. In our house, football weekends begin Friday night at the high school, continue into Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium and wrap up on the living room couch Sunday afternoon, where hollering can be heard throughout the neighborhood. Words floating out the front door include some which won't be used here, a few versions of, "Are you kidding me?" and a healthy round of cheers once in a while. But my favorite is also one of the most common, "I can play better than that!"
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Consumers get federal assistance on credit reporting complaints

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is accepting consumer complaints about credit reporting, giving consumers individual-level complaint assistance for the first time at the federal level.
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Help customers trust your business – by protecting their personal data

Customers expect that every business – large or small – which collects their sensitive personal information will protect it. Beyond customer expectations, there are legal requirements, as well. Depending on your type of business and the states in which your customers reside, you may very well be legally required to protect the personal information you collect. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) urges all businesses to safeguard the privacy of their customers.
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Auto-deer collision? Your insurance may cover more than you think

With migrating and mating season occurring between October and December, your chances of a single-vehicle accident involving a deer or other large animal just went up. Are you covered?
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