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Pinnacle, the regional carrier of Delta Air Lines, plans to hire hundreds after moving its headquarters from Memphis to the Twin Cities.
Edina-based clean energy developer Geronimo Energy recently announced that it has acquired Midwest Wind Energy’s development portfolio.
Minnesota’s per capita personal income rose 3.74 percent to $46,227 in 2012, outpacing the nation as a whole and all but three states.
A study performed by IBM compares Minnesota’s efficiency in the areas of human resources, finance, payroll, and procurement to the performance of leading private- and public-sector organizations.
According to the building’s owner, the complexity of connecting the depot’s tracks to the freight railroads that surround the complex accounts for the delay.
Not just an engine of Midwestern heavy manufacturing, the Duluth-Superior port is a gateway to global markets.
Minnesota has regained 159,100 of the 160,100 jobs that were lost during the recession; meanwhile, the jobless rate held steady at 5.5 percent in February.
The Twin Cities & Western Railroad and public officials are engaged in a stare-down that calls into question the future of the area’s biggest transit project, Southwest LRT.
Eagle Creek Software Services has also partnered with the University of South Dakota to develop a degree program, which is meant to prepare workers for employment as an IT consultant.
A new report found that some Minnesota employers are having a difficult time filling job vacancies, but the reasons vary and cannot be pinned solely on a shortage of qualified applicants.
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