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The new openings are in addition to the roughly 600 Twin Cities positions the company has added over the past year and a half.
How are we doing on our goal to make high-speed broadband available to all Minnesotans?
St. Cloud-based Marco said the acquisition is part of its plans to expand nationally.
The New Hope-based provider of DirecTV, voice, and high-speed Internet services is buying New Jersey-based MDU Communications International, Inc.
Comcast, which last year announced plans to hire 600 call center workers in Minnetonka and St. Paul, is now cutting roughly 65 St. Paul employees as it shifts its “inbound sales” operations to Oregon.
The two companies have launched a joint advertising campaign, and they will market each other's services from their respective Twin Cities stores.
Maureen Ideker talks about reaching rural patients
with telemedicine, and her hopes for the governor’s
new broadband task force.
Through a major restructuring, the electronics retailer intends to reduce its corporate work force by about 8 percent and shutter 50 big-box stores this year. Meanwhile, it will add 100 new Best Buy Mobile stores in the United States and 50 new Five Star stores in China.
Is the KQRS era ending or is a new ratings technology blind to its hard-working, middle-class audience?
A trendy mobile marketing tool is driving consumers to deals, details, and some disappointment, too.
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