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If the deal proceeds, it's expected to close “by late spring”; financial terms have not been disclosed.
April 01, 2014
In a recent poll, Minnesota business leaders identified the issues they'd prefer to see lawmakers address this session.
The stadium just got a little meatier, sweeter, and “spirited.”
Red Wing, which also recently launched a business incubator, is now hosting a contest aimed at attracting new restaurants to its downtown.
RJM Construction is seeing an uptick in city projects.
Travel Leaders Group has added a new headquarters building in London as part of an expansion plan that involves organic growth and future acquisitions in Europe.
Trissential and Horizontal Integration were named to “The Build 100,” Inc. magazine’s list of mid-size companies that have experienced sustained employment growth.
Valassis, which was recently acquired, is ending a deal that allowed Insignia Systems to sell in-store ads in Valassis’ retail network; Insignia, however, said the move opens up new opportunities.
Whether it was at the call center or in person, MNsure staff were flooded with requests for help Monday – the deadline to have health insurance under the recent health care reforms, or face a...
Nord, which also counts the Union Depot among its clients, relocated to an office space—which is more than three times the size of its previous headquarters—in the recently renovated transit building.
March 31, 2014
Transit planners Monday reaffirmed their recommendation to run the proposed Southwest Corridor light rail line in shallow tunnels through the Kenilworth corridor in Minneapolis, despite opposition...
Attaining the second-highest “opportunity score,” Minnesota ranked especially well for its education opportunities and civic engagement on a recent list published by Forbes.
Phase one to revitalize a St. Paul neighborhood is almost complete. The $14 million, 40,000-square-foot Arlington Hills Community Center, which features the new Arlington Hills Library and...
Baseball season is back and we’re pretty confident in saying there will be quite a few proposals during Twins games at Target Field this summer. Did you know that it costs $209 to pop the...
For the first time, half of all college instructors in the U.S. are part-time adjunct professors, who generally work long hours for low pay and no benefits, and have little job security. A...
March 30, 2014
Possibilities. That’s what St. Paul city leaders stressed as they unveiled drawings of what they hope the city’s future could look like. St. Paul has built a strong foundation for...
March 29, 2014
Three former and current University of Minnesota students are hopping on the Minnesota craft brewing train. U of M alumnus Eric Sannerud, whose family owns a farm in Ham Lake, U of M horticulture...
Eight members of the Minnesota Orchestral Association Board resigned in the wake of President and CEO Michael Henson‘s announcement that he would step down on Aug. 31, according to media...
Standard & Poor’s dropped Target Corp.’s debt rating by one level Friday as the Minneapolis-based company’s massive data breach and sluggish performance in Canadian markets...
March 28, 2014
MNsure’s interim CEO Scott Leitz is one of several representatives of troubled state health insurance exchanges that has been invited to testify before the U.S. House Oversight Committee...
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