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The Department of Employment and Economic Development hired John Shoffner as the agency says Minnesota is experiencing a surge in business expansions and job openings.
Today, demolition crews are tearing down the former Verso paper mill in Sartell. The St. Cloud Times reports that the north side of the site is being razed first. The plant was destroyed in a fire...
It’s the best time to look for a job in more than a decade. The jobs are so plentiful, in fact, that one state official is issuing a warning about the potential for a worker shortage in the...
While the layoffs haven’t yet occurred, SIFCO Industries said they will be doled out in upcoming phases.
A new report highlights the importance of manufacturing to Greater Minnesota, which is expected to experience the fastest growth in manufacturing jobs this decade.
The statewide entrepreneurial competition has chosen six divisional winners out of more than 1,000 Minnesota entrees.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank is considering funding a loan that would promote the exportation of U.S.-made equipment—but could aid Minnesota companies’ competitors.
Minnesota corn farmers may soon be sending an ethanol plant the by-products of their crop — while the grain goes elsewhere for food or livestock feed. MPR reports a first-of-its-kind ethanol...
Narrowed from a pool of 57 semifinalists, the 18 selected finalists will now compete for a share of $200,000 in prize money.
St. Jude Medical plans to pay up to $331 million to buy Endosense, a Swiss based medical technology company, according to Bloomberg News. The closely held Geneva-based company makes a catheter that...
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