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Northern Oil and Gas has reportedly been riding high on the recent oil-production boom in western North Dakota and Montana.
The two companies were also named to Forbes’ inaugural list last year, but their rankings dropped this year.
The Minnesota Vikings’ valuation climbed 22 percent year-over-year to $975 million, ranking it 22nd among NFL teams.
One Consumer Reports study found that more expensive care doesn’t equate to better care in the Twin Cities; a second study ranked Entira Family Clinic in White Bear Lake as the best provider of care for patients with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Minneapolis and Medtronic are among the “best Gen Y cities” and the “best Gen Y employers,” respectively, partly due to high median salaries earned by those between the ages of 20 and 30.
The list, which includes some familiar names, is based on each company’s percent revenue growth between 2008 and 2011.
Eden Prairie, Woodbury, Eagan, Lakeville, and Maple Grove are among the best small U.S. cities in which to live, according to an annual ranking by CNN’s Money magazine.
Local companies on the list are Dero Bike Racks, Clientek, Colle+McVoy, Renters Warehouse, Quality Bicycle Products, Caldrea Company, and Haberman.
A recent study found that low levels of education among Minnesota’s immigrants, many of whom entered the country as refugees, has raised the poverty rate.
Five years from now, Minnesota will be the second-best state to live in, behind only Utah, according to a recent national poll.
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