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8thBridge’s CEO said he plans to bring on more employees now that the company is part of San Francisco-based e-commerce firm Fluid.
April 07, 2014
Lawmakers in Minnesota, currently home to one of the country’s lowest minimum wages, have reached a deal to hike the minimum hourly pay to $9.50 over the next few years.
Minneapolis-based Jostens created the 14-karat white gold championship rings for Major League Baseball’s 2013 World Series champions.
After making a $10 million equity investment in CyVek, Inc., Techne Corporation said it plans to acquire the entire company if it meets certain performance benchmarks.
A legislative commission will decide this week if MNsure should undergo an in-depth audit, according to media reports. Minnesota’s new online health insurance marketplace was plagued with...
April 06, 2014
Northrop Auditorium on the University of Minnesota campus reopened in dazzling fashion Friday night after a three-year, $88 million renovation. The theater celebrated its grand reopening with a...
April 05, 2014
After a two-month hold-up, a key House committee approved a plan for a new Senate office building – although without some of the gaudier features of the original blueprints. The House Rules and...
Let there be no mistake: tax cuts are popular. Just look at the Minnesota House of Representatives. A couple of weeks after approving a tax cut package of more than $400 million, House members went...
April 04, 2014
Currently the dean of Michigan State’s business school, Stefanie Lenway will become the dean of the Opus College of Business in Minneapolis this summer.
The newspaper publisher will move more than 600 employees into a shorter tower that is part of the Capella Tower complex; that portion will be renamed the “Star Tribune Building.”
April 03, 2014
The Minnesota Department of Transportation unveiled its 2014 construction program Thursday, detailing the 308 projects across the state expected to cost $1.1 billion. Seventy-four of those projects...
There are new signs of growth in Rochester this spring, partly spurred by the Mayo Clinic’s plans for a new $5 billion flagship campus makeover. The Mayo project calls for doubling the size...
HexFuel plans to have 150 employees at a new Hastings plant and might double that headcount within several years.
Founded in 2008, Holaira is working to treat the debilitating symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
A total of 28,088 utility patents were issued to Minneapolis inventors and organizations between 2000 and 2011, and the city was recognized as a leader in the medical industry.
Minneapolis continues to benefit as one of Google’s seven “Tech Hubs,” as local startups Docalytics and Kidizen were offered funding from AOL founder Steve Case.
The bankruptcy trustee attempting to round up “false profits” tied to the Tom Petters Ponzi scheme wants permission to pursue “clawback” claims in 26 countries around the world.
James Beard Award-winning chef Tim McKee will lead Parasole’s new Uptown Minneapolis restaurant, which may end up in the space currently occupied by Uptown Cafeteria.
A construction firm working at the site of the new St. Paul Saints ballpark has been fined more than $50,000 as a result of an accident last year that killed one of its workers, the St. Paul...
April 02, 2014
The Midwest is getting what may be its first-ever gluten-free brewery – and it’ll call St. Paul home. The team behind Burning Brothers Brewing announced that, after a few months of brewing...
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