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Some of Minnesota’s largest companies have committed hundreds of thousands in dollars and services to disaster relief in the Philippines.
Owner/President, The LaClare Group, Inc.
The International Institute of Minnesota has trained and graduated close to 2,000 nursing assistants over the last two decades.
CVRx raised $12 million in its latest round, bringing its total investments to $251 million since the company was founded in 2001.
A World War II-era weapons factory site in Fridley is among seven blighted properties that were awarded a total of $2.7 million in state grants, the Pioneer Press reports. The 122-acre Naval...
Minnesota scored second in the nation for opportunities for young people in a study released Monday by the Opportunity Nation. Time Magazine found the survey’s overall conclusions are rather...
3M’s investment arm has purchased a minority stake in Takadu, a tech company that uses algorithms to identify problems in water systems.
“If we spend 90 days just thinking about stuff, this will be a failure.”
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.
While Minnesota ranked only 25th based on a combination of its GDP and population growth over the last four years, it appears to be improving.
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