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A new online tool will help Minnesota businesses and consumers find locally-made products. As MinnPost reports, the state has rolled out a searchable directory of goods that are Made in Minnesota...
From tactical vehicles for armies to off-road ambulances in India, Polaris is adding products at home and aboard, and it reported a record-breaking third quarter.
Stratasys Ltd. continues its string of mergers and acquisitions as it reinforces its presence in Japan.
3M’s investment arm has purchased a minority stake in Takadu, a tech company that uses algorithms to identify problems in water systems.
Brainerd officials are reeling after a company interested in buying the idle Wausau Paper mill dropped interest in buying the plant over environmental concerns, the Brainerd Dispatch reports. Mike...
Minnesota companies are closely watching ongoing deal discussions in Washington, D.C.
Proto Labs, Clearfield, Winmark, Datalink, Northern Oil and Gas, and Select Comfort made Forbes’ latest list.
The job climate has chilled in the town that brags that it is the “Nation’s Icebox.” MPR reports that Gov. Mark Dayton will address that when he travels to International Falls on...
Duluth officials Thursday announced upcoming job growth in the city’s aviation industry. Minnesota Public Radio reports, that AAR Aircraft Services, a Chicago-based airplane maintenance...
An international charity and social justice group is criticizing agribusiness giant Cargill for buying farmland in Colombia intended for small farmers. Reuters reports the Minnetonka-based company...
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