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Governor Mark Dayton said more than $400 million from the budget surplus should be used for business and middle-class tax cuts.
St. Paul-based Merrill Corporation acquired Grossman & Cotter to expand its footprint throughout northern California.
About 26,000 people have now signed up for health insurance on MNsure, the state’s new online marketplace. Officials said about 11,000 signups were logged in October, and about 15,000 in...
How about that forecast? No, not the one with the snow and cold. The one that will let us know how Minnesota’s economic recovery is going and whether lawmakers might have a surplus to work...
A long-awaited environmental review of a copper and nickel mining proposal in northern Minnesota is due for release this week. As the Associated Press reports, state regulators requested the review...
While many urban residents now take high-speed Internet access for granted, its arrival in remote parts of Minnesota is cause for celebration among rural business owners. But bringing broadband to...
Officials with the Minnesota Department of Commerce said that CenterPoint Energy is asking for too big of a rate hike for its natural gas customers. MPR reported that CenterPoint wants an increase...
3D printing giant Stratasys filed its first patent infringement lawsuit Monday against fellow Minnesotan company Afinia.
A federal bankruptcy judge gave trustee Doug Kelley approval to consolidate nine different cases, a move that Kelley said solidifies his ability to pursue money from large hedge funds.
Multiple law firms are seeking class-action status for securities fraud lawsuits against Tile Shop, a Minnesota-based company whose stock dropped sharply on allegations of overstated earnings.
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