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Businesses continue to invest and grow, despite the government.
From tactical vehicles for armies to off-road ambulances in India, Polaris is adding products at home and aboard, and it reported a record-breaking third quarter.
Eight financial services firms—led by RBC Capital Markets—were selected to provide underwriting services for the issuance of bonds to finance the new stadium.
As more financial enterprises return to the Minnesota market, the state may see a rise in initial public offerings.
The firms—which include some of the country’s largest financial services companies—made pitches to help underwrite taxpayers’ $498 million portion of the new stadium.
Whitebox Advisors is seeking the “best published contribution to the art and science of investing.”
Proto Labs, Clearfield, Winmark, Datalink, Northern Oil and Gas, and Select Comfort made Forbes’ latest list.
Samsung said it isn’t looking to acquire Best Buy stock; Best Buy leaders, meanwhile, have recently been selling shares as the company’s stock price climbs.
So far, the effect of the government shutdown has primarily been limited to federal workers turned away from their jobs, but if the government stays in the dark much longer, federal funding limitations may broaden the impact.
The national investment community expects an uptick in initial public offerings, mergers, and acquisitions in the second half of 2013, although Minnesota investors are less confident.
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