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But corporate growth may be limited by a growing talent shortage.
Metro Transit is seeking to hire more than 100 bus drivers to replace those who will become train operators for the new Central Corridor light-rail system.
St. Cloud-based scrapbooking company Creative Memories filed for bankruptcy for the second time in five years and plans to lay off 163 employees.
The job losses likely stem from unseasonable weather; meanwhile, a declining number of Minnesotans seeking jobs helped lower the state’s unemployment rate by 0.1 percent.
Atomic Data expects 2013 revenue to reach between $16 million and $18 million in light of the acquisition, which also added five employees to its roster.
After rejecting essentially the same offer four times, 55 percent of voting union members on Saturday voted to ratify the contract and end a drawn-out, contentious labor dispute.
Impressions of its temporary work force in Grand Forks—and an exclusive interview with its CEO—shed light on the ultra-private, increasingly popular Strom Engineering Corporation.
Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra musicians, who have been locked out since October, have agreed to vote on management’s latest offer, although management must first reach a separate agreement with a national union.
The U.S. Postal Service still expects to add 400 new carrier assistants in Minnesota despite Congress’ move to thwart a shortened mail week.
Musicians rejected the latest contract offer but then proposed a few amendments—just hours before management was scheduled to meet and discuss the organization’s future.
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