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The giant cable provider said its new lease at its St. Paul office is effective through 2024, and the company is investing millions into refurbishing the space this month.
While Minnesota can’t quite compete with salaries paid in New York or California, the Twin Cities remain between 2 and 5 percent above average for white-collar compensation in fields like public relations and advertising.
A proposed manufacturing plant in Superior, Wisconsin, which would reportedly tap iron ore from Minnesota’s Iron Range, could eventually employ about 100 people.
Allianz Life Insurance Company, Mayo Clinic, and General Mills were named to the list based on employee surveys and company benefits and practices.
The Minnesota Orchestra finally solidified a labor agreement between the musicians and management. But there’s plenty still up in the air that needs to be decided, including who will be the...
Hundreds of people, perhaps as many as 1,000, are expected in Duluth Thursday night for a Department of Natural Resources public hearing on a controversial copper-nickel mine proposal in northern...
J.C. Penney has announced that it will cut 2,000 jobs and close 33 stores as it tries to cut expenses and get back to profitability. In a statement, J.C. Penney says they intend to close their...
Hormel Foods has chosen its plant in Dubuque, Iowa for the first phase of a major expansion project to create more bacon-toppings products. The news comes two days after the he Austin, Minn. -based...
Governor Mark Dayton focused on higher education, Capitol renovations, and clean water investments in his most recent proposal.
The vote of the musicians was complex, because members of the orchestra are scattered around the globe, performing with symphony orchestras elsewhere.
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