The Minnesota Daily

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Events planned for alumni returning for U Homecoming

October 15, 2001

This year's Homecoming will once again attract alumni from all over the country as they return to visit their alma mater. The University of Minnesota Alumni Association will coordinate the events for the...

Companies give poor earnings despite hopeful Greenspan

July 25, 2001

The economic climate of the past few months shines through this week as companies report their second-quarter earnings. It has become visible that in this economic downturn the vast spending from recent...

Economic indicators bring understanding to trends

July 11, 2001

In recent months, the onset of a recession begs the question: What should people do with their money? The stock market's whimsical fluctuations make investments unpredictable, causing less market trading. Fortunately,...

University, companies unite to offer job-specific training

June 27, 2001

With the new economy becoming increasingly technology-driven, companies are requiring job seekers to have more specialized training in their specific fields of work. To accommodate this, universities are...

Associate dean Benveniste named interim Carlson head

June 20, 2001

David Kidwell announced his resignation as head of Carlson School of Management in February after leading the business school for 10 years. Soon after, school officials hired a search committee from the...

Napster partners with MusicNet

June 13, 2001

As a result of its recent loss in court, Napster has decided to team its services with MusicNet, the first legal music distribution center over the Internet. MusicNet has contracts with three of the top...

Low interest rates make big purchases easier

June 6, 2001

In an attempt to stave off a possible recession, the United States Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates to some of the lowest levels in years, and students might be able to take advantage. The Fed's...

Afghan restaurant finds a home in Dinkytown

November 2, 2000

Students that frequent the Dinkytown area have yet another option to satisfy their daily hunger in a new restaurant featuring a combination of Middle Eastern, Afghani and American cuisines. Da Afghan Express...