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The PR firm’s local office made the cuts because revenue projections are “modestly less” than it previously anticipated.
Medical device manufacturer Medtronic has cut about 65 percent of the 2,000 positions it intends to eliminate and beat it’s fourth-quarter earnings expectations.
Delta Air Lines plans to expand its work force at its reservation call center in Chisholm, which currently houses about 500 full-time employees.
The Minnesota House already approved and the Senate is poised to vote Thursday on the bill, which would provide as much as half a year in additional unemployment benefits to idled workers during labor disputes.
One Twin Cities orchestra has called off its remaining concerts this season, while another resumed performances and picked a new, albeit familiar, leader.
Boise’s job cuts are the latest in a series of blows to Minnesota’s wood products industry.
The cuts affect about 4 percent of employees in Medtronic’s spinal business; none of the layoffs impact the company’s Minnesota work force.
Next month, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard will visit with shoppers at the Mall of America, answer questions about career possibilities in the state, and encourage Minnesotans to consider relocating to South Dakota.
Musicians agreed to salary cuts, and the orchestra will be reduced in size; players are now calling for the appointment of a new leader for the orchestra’s management organization, one that would replace its interim president.
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