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Telecom Giant With MN Presence Plans 10K Job Cuts

Alcatel-Lucent declined to disclose whether any of the cuts will affect its Minnesota workers.

October 08, 2013

Twin Cities Data Center Projects Pick Up Steam

A CenturyLink unit is planning a new Shakopee project; some industry experts consider the Twin Cities to be “underserved” by modern data centers.

October 03, 2013

Rapidly Growing Fiber Provider Buys Plymouth Co.

The Zayo Group purchased Access Communications for $41 million, expanding its network to span more than 2,500 miles in the Twin Cities.

October 03, 2013

CenturyLink headquarters

MN CenturyLink Workers' Labor Dispute Continues

Union members rejected a tentative deal that had been reached between the company and the union’s negotiating committee.

October 01, 2013

Gmail

E-Marketers Respond To Gmail Inbox Changes

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.

September 17, 2013

Telecom Co. CEO Resigns Amid Restructuring

Minnetonka-based Communications Systems, Inc., restructured itself into a holding company and made multiple executive-level changes.

September 05, 2013

118 Jobs At Stake As Minnetonka Co. Files For Ch. 11

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.

August 27, 2013

Red Wing Ignite

Red Wing Aims To Become An Innovation Hotbed

The southeastern Minnesota community is launching a business incubator as part of a larger initiative to bolster entrepreneurship and attract new businesses.

August 08, 2013

Delta Airlines

Delta Is Flying High On The Iron Range

Delta’s Chisholm reservation center is the airline’s best.

July 26, 2013

Xcel Energy headquarters

Mpls. Holds Public Hearing Over City-Owned Utility

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.

July 23, 2013

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