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A new study analyzed how each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia handled the voting process during the 2008 and 2010 elections, and Minnesota is among seven “high performers.”
Minnesota is behind only five other states in terms of annual tax revenue loss stemming from corporations and wealthy individuals shifting profits offshore.
A new report also found that a majority of Minnesotans plan to spend their leisure time in the state.
The Minnesota Twins, Bremer Bank, Graco, and Mortenson Construction were among the local companies that made the list, which was compiled by employee survey firm, WorkplaceDynamics.
Others that made the list include The Saint Paul Hotel, Hotel Ivy, and The Westin Edina Galleria.
The 15 largest trucking companies in Minnesota.
It's a small-bank squeeze.
A recent Colliers International study found Minneapolis is among the North American cities with the highest parking rates.
Minnesota business leaders plan to scale back this quarter due to politics and taxes, among other factors.
Fortune’s annual list is based on employee surveys, which include questions about job satisfaction, pay and benefits, and hiring practices.
Ranked Lists and Directories of Minnesota Companies
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Minnesota’s business leaders are tackling their most pressing business challenge head on.
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