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Governor Dayton’s proposal would cut certain middle class taxes, B2B taxes, local government and nonprofit taxes, eliminate the gift tax, and increase angel investor tax credits.
Castlelake recently closed on $1.4 billion in new capital commitments, bringing its total managed assets to $3.6 billion.
The Bloomington mall confirmed recently that, after closing on $300 million in financing, it plans to add a 700,000-square-foot expansion.
Despite enduring the harshest winter in 35 years, the impact on Minnesota’s overall economy has not been significant and some businesses have actually benefited, according to a joint story by...
The fourth-quarter expansions brought the annual total to 146 in Minnesota, which are expected to create nearly 8,000 jobs in the state.
Claiming to have the majority market share of its industry, American Surplus and Manufacturing is opening a new facility in Pine River that it said will bring 20 jobs to the city.
State officials on Friday unveiled an eagerly awaited budget forecast: Minnesota has a projected $1.23 billion surplus for fiscal years 2014-2015. That’s up significantly from an estimate...
Bloomberg News reported that the Minnesota company is working with Goldman Sachs to sell some of its business units piecemeal.
3M ranked 23rd and Target 29th, although both fell several spots from last year’s list.
Best Buy swung to a profit in its fourth quarter but is reportedly planning to cut up to 2,000 managers across the country.
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