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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...
The ticket sales call center operated by Delta Airlines in Chisholm would be improved and modernized with a $5.9 million loan from the Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation Board. The Duluth...
CenturyLink and union officials said that they have reached a contract deal, which was ratified by union members and concludes more than a year of negotiations.
Can you hear me now?
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.
Alcatel-Lucent declined to disclose whether any of the cuts will affect its Minnesota workers.
A CenturyLink unit is planning a new Shakopee project; some industry experts consider the Twin Cities to be “underserved” by modern data centers.
The Zayo Group purchased Access Communications for $41 million, expanding its network to span more than 2,500 miles in the Twin Cities.
Union members rejected a tentative deal that had been reached between the company and the union’s negotiating committee.
At the end of May, Google began adding new tabs to Gmail accounts in order to filter certain messages away from a user’s primary inbox; some Minnesota companies are confident that their content will still reach consumers.
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