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Thomson Reuters follows Cargill in deciding to outsource more IT jobs.
August 29, 2014
The long-discussed plan to bring a light rail line to the southwest metro suburbs has had a number of key moments over the years – but Friday morning marked one of most crucial. With a 10-3 vote...
Police in Thunder Bay, Ontario blocked off city streets in the Canadian town to search for fugitive murder suspect Lyle “Ty” Hoffman on Thursday night. But WCCO reports that within a...
Early summer rains and flooding did not put a damper on Minnesota’s overall tourism income this season, the state’s travel promotion office says. Minnesota’s $12.5 billion tourism...
August 28, 2014
The Neenah, Wisconsin-based manufacturer has been in Lakeville since 1969, where it employs 221 people.
The Edina-based company did not disclose how many customers or how many stores might be at risk.
The St. Paul Saints will mark the end of an era Thursday night as they play their final game at venerable Midway Stadium. As a last hurrah and with the fun-loving whimsy that has become the team...
After a summer of construction, the Turf Club is reopening under new ownership Thursday in St. Paul, the Pioneer Press reports. Located on the corner of University and Snelling avenues, the Turf...
A whole lot of grain is nearly ready for harvest in Minnesota farm fields. And with freight trains still hauling last year’s crop, there are a lot of questions about how and when this year...
August 27, 2014
The Bloomington-based producer of filtration system saw sales, net earnings and earnings per share rise to company-record levels to cap its fiscal year.
UnitedHealth Group, Mayo Clinic and Fairview Health Services represented on Modern Healthcare’s annual Top 100 list.
As the Minnesota Orchestra gets ready for its first full season since the end of a 16-month lockout, the organization announced Wednesday it received a $10 million “leadership gift”...
The Fridley-based medical technology business announced a $350 million deal to purchase a privately held Italian company, one day after acquiring a Dutch business.
Ever wanted to build your own website, app, computer game, or just understand why your favorite online site looks and acts the way it does? The key is learning to code. Coding – essentially using...
The City of Fridley has announced plans to buy and raze the crumbling Columbia Arena, where the third and final “Mighty Ducks” movie was filmed. The city this week is closing on the $2...
The Minnesota National Guard and Minnesota Power are joining together to build what could be the largest contiguous solar array in the state. The organizations announced Wednesday a plan to build a...
An urban farm, a community BBQ area, parklets, expanded Wi-Fi coverage and public art projects are just some of the proposed projects up for funding through the John S. and James L. Knight...
Edina-based Dairy Queen is facing a blizzard of questions about the security of its system that takes customer payment information. Brian Krebs, the journalist who runs the website KrebsOnSecurity,...
Add one more list to the long list of lists that rank the Twin Cities as a great place to live – both cities landed in the latest ranking’s top 5. The finance blog NerdWallet says that...
Shots fired outside HCMC. Building struck by bullets. Eyewitness heard approx 15 shots fired. We have crew on scene. pic.twitter.com/4wA2a35bgI — KARE 11 (@kare11) August 26, 2014 A gunman opened...
August 26, 2014
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