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Boston Scientific Corp. announced plans to eliminate another 1,100 to 1,500 jobs through 2015 as part of a new restructuring program. The company made the announcement through a filing with the...
Businesses continue to invest and grow, despite the government.
After a decade of leading St. Benedict, president MaryAnn Baenninger announced that she will step down on Jun. 30. Baenninger informed the Board of Trustees of her decision, and the search for her...
Keith Ellison is among those who have vowed to renew focus on the passage of immigration reform.
Organizers of the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon hope a fundraiser held in Duluth over the weekend will start the race down the path to more solid financial footing. But some connected to the...
The shutdown jeopardized Minnesota's September jobs report; with the impasse ended, however, state officials plan to release labor market stats weeks behind schedule.
Wells Fargo delivered another flurry of pink slips Wednesday, laying off 925 employees nationwide, including 102 Minnesota mortgage operations staffers, the Star Tribune reports. The jobs are being...
According to staffing firm Robert Half, the technology industry will see the biggest gains in professional salaries, followed by accounting and finance, and creative and marketing jobs.
This is the second time that a union negotiating team has reached a tentative deal with the company; union members, who are spread across 13 states, rejected the last offer.
A Minnesota Chamber of Commerce official, whose organization is part of a coalition that is advocating for immigration reform, said in a recent interview that the future of the state’s labor force relies heavily on immigrants.
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