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Fast-food workers to launch intensified protests

McDonald's line cooks, Burger King cashiers and other fast-food restaurant workers across the U.S. plan to walk off the job on Thursday in an ongoing battle with their employers to gain a $15 hourly wage, organizers said on Monday.

The Wurst Shop in Dickinson gives rancher new path

The Wurst Shop in Dickinson gives rancher new path

DICKINSON, N.D. - Ken Molitor was a college-educated rancher and farmer and known in part for his ability to train cattle dogs, heelers that ended up all over the country. But he also worked long hours in the oilfields to keep the family farm afloat.

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Local nonprofit pushes back opening for new boathouse on Red River in GF

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Ground Up Adventures, a local nonprofit that promotes outdoor activities for youth, is pushing back the opening date to rent watercraft from the new boathouse on the Red River in Grand Forks.

GF employers point to attractions, quality of life when recruiting employees

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - When somebody is considering moving to Grand Forks from outside the region for work, they often ask about the weather — specifically the wintery kind. And while employers try not to sugarcoat it, they also point to a number of other assets that they hope will appeal to potential employees.

Spark Your Startup awards cash prizes and more biz news

BARNESVILLE, MINN. – Winners in the inaugural Spark Your Startup Business Pitch Contest here have been announced and each received a cash prize.

KVLY takes lead in metro ratings; WDAY maintains lead in RRV

FARGO, N.D. – KVLY-TV made gains in the metro area to win the ratings race with its 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts, but WDAY remains the most watched news in the Red River Valley.

Fargo's Nordic Needle has new owners

Fargo's Nordic Needle has new owners

FARGO, N.D. - Just shy of its 40th year in business, the Nordic Needle has new owners.

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KLJ holds hearing for West Dickinson Area study

Potential land use plans for the 6,100 acres west of Dickinson, N.D., are narrowing in the months before engineering firm KLJ presents its recommendations to the city.

Ex-Bison players to open NDSU-themed sports restaurant

Ex-Bison players to open NDSU-themed sports restaurant

Fargo - A group of former North Dakota State University sports stars are making the move from athletics to an eatery.

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BUSINESS ADVICE: Contract language

BUSINESS ADVICE: Contract language

Generations ago, changes often occurred during the contract negotiations process which were not clearly explained or identified before signing.

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: Child care as a recruitment tool

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: Child care as a recruitment tool

Digi-Key incentivizes child care to attract evening shift workers

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CULTURE: The Best Places to Work

CULTURE: The Best Places to Work

Company culture determines its likeability among employees

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EMPLOYEE PERSPECTIVE: What Employees Really Want

EMPLOYEE PERSPECTIVE: What Employees Really Want

Survey shows salary, benefits not always top priority

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SOCIAL MEDIA: How to succeed at social media

SOCIAL MEDIA: How to succeed at social media

Experts offer tips on strategies to stand out from the clutter

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1 Million Cups to launch in Grand Forks

A national program aimed at connecting local entrepreneurs is coming to Grand Forks next month.

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