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Minnetonka-based Communications Systems, Inc., restructured itself into a holding company and made multiple executive-level changes.
Scicom Data Services’ buyer, Venture Solutions, said it plans to hire back a substantial amount of the workers, but some employees may still be cut.
The southeastern Minnesota community is launching a business incubator as part of a larger initiative to bolster entrepreneurship and attract new businesses.
Delta’s Chisholm reservation center is the airline’s best.
Minneapolis is considering adding a November ballot measure about whether to form a city-owned utility; meanwhile, the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce and Xcel Energy, which would lose a contract if the city created a utility, have criticized the process.
HighJump Software, a global provider of supply-chain software, acquired Denmark-based Evenex, marking its fourth acquisition since 2008.
Hubbard will gain five stations each in Seattle and Phoenix, which it said are the 13th- and 14th-largest U.S. radio markets, respectively.
It seems all those years of asking, “Can you hear me now?” have paid off: According to a recent report, Verizon outperformed AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in Twin Cities based on its data, call, and text capabilities.
Taking a page from a Dick Tracy comic, Best Buy has announced it will begin selling the Pebble “smart watch” in its stores Sunday. As the Star Tribune reports, the Richfield-based...
The electronics retailer is re-launching its iPhone trade-in program on Friday, and the promotion will run for nine days.
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