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Innovative Office Solutions, LLC, and eCapital Advisors, LLC, made the 2013 list of the 50 fastest-growing companies led or owned by women.
UnitedHealth Group retained its spot as Minnesota’s highest-ranking company on the just-released list, and it moved up five spots from last year, ranking 17th overall.
The local airport was among 29 U.S. airports that the U.S. Department of Transportation ranked by their percentage of on-time departures in 2012.
Meanwhile, the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area earned a “B+” for small business friendliness in the just-released study, compiled by online service Thumbtack.com in partnership with the Kauffman Foundation.
The local airport was among just 15 U.S. airports to make the list, which was compiled by airline and airport review organization Skytrax.
Patterson, Apogee Enterprises, and Hawkins were recognized by Forbes alongside 97 others that have “consistently demonstrated transparent and conservative accounting practices and solid corporate governance and management.”
Ecolab, H.B. Fuller, The Mosaic Company, Target, and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans are among 145 companies named to the Ethisphere Institute’s 2013 “World’s Most Ethical Companies” list.
The same Minnesotans who were on last year’s list made repeat appearances this year, although the net worth of most has risen—and Best Buy founder Richard Schulze is no longer listed as a Minnesotan.
3M Company, Target Corporation, and St. Jude Medical also made the list last year.
Minneapolis-based Target ranked 10th, and Edina-based ReconRobotics and three other robotics companies collectively ranked 44th.
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