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Wayzata Investment Partners is selling a Texas power plant to a Houston company for nearly $300 million more than it paid for the plant in 2011.
Profits are up in nearly all of Hormel’s major businesses, and its international market saw a huge jump, due in part to the acquisition of the Skippy peanut butter brand early this year.
Banks in the Twin Cities struggled with decreasing profitability and a decline in loan growth during the third quarter; meanwhile, banks from throughout the state demonstrated a small improvement in performance.
A federal bankruptcy judge gave trustee Doug Kelley approval to consolidate nine different cases, a move that Kelley said solidifies his ability to pursue money from large hedge funds.
In recent years, studies by Forbes, the Brookings Institution and USA Today found that Minneapolis had bounced back—or bounced ever so gently—on the galloping waves of the recession.
TCB interviews 28 Minnesota CEOs, Fortune 500 executives, and thought leaders.
At Canterbury, it's raised bets on raised stakes.
Minnesota Vikings owners will pay an additional $41 million for the new Vikings stadium, in part to preserve proposed “iconic” design features, the Star Tribune reports. Overseers of...
Private vs. institutional clients.
Adding $18 billion in assets, Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp purchased Quintillion Limited for an undisclosed sum and, separately, announced a partnership with American Express.
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