"The Money Changer," by Quentin Metsys, [1466-1530].
Image from Art Museum Image Gallery.
"The Duluth News-Tribune is a daily community paper with regular sections that include business, entertainment, and sports news. There is considerable focus on outdoor recreational industries, particularly as they relate to local state parks and tourist activities, such as skiing, climbing, and snowmobiling. Coverage also extends to such local industries as iron or mining, shipping activities at the port on Lake Superior, and grain processing. The paper also reviews the activity of the Minnesota State legislature when in session" - Newsbank
"Founded in 1867, the Star Tribune: The Newspaper of the Twin Cities is now a leading source of news for a 10-county area in Minnesota, as well as parts of neighboring Wisconsin. With daily circulation over 400,000 and nearly 700,000 on Sundays, it is the biggest newspaper in Minnesota and among the largest in the Midwest" - Newsbank.
"The first issue of The Wall Street Journal was four pages long and sold for two cents. Today, the paper is considered the preeminent publication for business news and information on financial markets worldwide" - ProQuest.