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In a company-run analysis, which was required by regulators, U.S. Bancorp projected that it could survive a major recession; Wells Fargo said it, too, would be prepared for such a downturn.
A new report projects growth in the Twin Cities, including a trend reversal that will bring more people to the core cities and to inner-ring suburbs.
A new map shows the amount of 2014 Local Government Aid going to cities in Minnesota per capita.
A new report ranked 22 Minnesota colleges based on the long-term return on investment that they offer to graduates.
A new commercial real estate report cited “lethargic” demand for office space in the Twin Cities.
We asked readers of Briefcase, TCB’s twice-weekly business newsletter, which naming-rights sponsor they’d like to see on the Minnesota Vikings stadium breaking ground downtown this fall.
In the latest quarterly economic indicator survey, Minnesota business leaders express caution heading into the third quarter.
Mayo Clinic ranked third in the country, while four other Minnesota hospitals earned a “national ranking” on the recently released list.
The University of Minnesota study found that production of key global crops is likely to increase 38-67 percent by 2050 while the estimated need for those crops will increase by 60-110 percent in that period.
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