Smart Security Systems Maker Alula Moving Headquarters From Wisconsin to St. Paul

In a $1.8 million project, the company is relocating to a 68,000 square-foot space in St. Paul’s Midway Innovation Center. The move will add 135 jobs to the city’s labor market.

Judge Rules Minnesota’s Amazon HQ2 Bid Can Stay Secret

Greater MSP and the state's Department of Employment and Economic Development fought against the bid's disclosure.

St. Cloud: A New Era of Community Engagement

Why young professionals are flocking to the region.

Minnesota’s Record 2.8 Percent Unemployment Rate Holds Steady Through November

The latest DEED report states Minnesota’s jobless rate held firm even as employers shed 800 jobs in November.

Chicago is Losing Citizens and Many of Them are Moving to Minnesota

Of the 100 biggest metro areas in the U.S., Chicago is one of just 10 that lost population.

DEED Awards $1.5M in Grants to Six Businesses For Job-Creating Growth Projects

The six businesses are expected to collectively add 381 job opportunities and invest more than $48 million into Minnesota’s economy.

St. Paul Passes Law to Establish $15 Minimum Wage

The largest of businesses in the city will have until mid-2022 to comply, while “micro” companies will have an extra five years.

MN Unemployment Rate Holds Steady at 2.8 Percent in October

Employers created 3,400 jobs in October, contributing to the 2.8 unemployment rate that was reached in September for the first time since mid-1999.

Minnesota’s Top 40 Tourist Destinations by Attendance

For the first time in eight years, Explore Minneapolis has compiled a list top tourist draws in Minnesota. The list reflects attendance levels in 2017.

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Falls to 2.8 Percent in September, Lowest Level Since Mid-1999

The state’s improving jobless rate has reached an 18-year low, and is approaching an all-time low, even as the economy shed 1,400 jobs last month.

Forbes Ranks Twin Cities Among 'Rising Cities for Startups'

Minneapolis-St. Paul places 9th on list of emerging markets for VC investors.

Inc. Ranks 22 Minnesota Companies as 'Private Titans'

The new list from the business magazine tallies “iconic American companies” with at least $250 million in annual sales.

Life Time Work Will Debut Locally in St. Louis Park

The planned Edina location will be company’s largest co-working space to date.

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Drops Again to 19-Year Low

Despite the loss of 200 jobs in August, Minnesota’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate ticked down further to 2.9 percent.

Four Things We Learned About Minnesota from the Latest Census Data Release

Incomes and the population are up. Poverty and the rate of people without health insurance are basically unchanged.

25 Key Moments in Minnesota Business

Including MOA’s grand opening, Minnesota Wild’s debut, and the Delta-Northwest merger.

Dynamic Changes to Fortune 500s in Minnesota

What does it mean, and what does the future hold?

25 Innovations and Trends for the Future

From AI and drones to podcasting and housing density.

Summer Travel Season Exceeds Expectations of Minnesota Tourism Industry

A survey conducted by Explore Minnesota revealed a positive boost in summer tourism in the state compared to the same time in 2017, as well as a positive outlook for the upcoming fall season.

Alorica to Add 550 Jobs at Mendota Heights Call Center

The California-based customer care company’s workforce expansion will double its presence in Minnesota, with hiring taking place through the end of the year.

Amid Job Gains in July, Minnesota Unemployment Rate Drops to 18-Year Low

Minnesota added 11,200 jobs in July and reached a 3 percent unemployment rate.

State Dedicates Millions of Dollars Toward Supporting People with Disabilities

As one state department will fund efforts to help people with disabilities overcome work and life challenges, two other departments will fund public water infrastructure, and food and agriculture projects.

New Study Identifies Hiring Bias Against Individuals with Disabilities

University of St. Thomas business school graduate students examined barriers for people with disabilities face in gaining employment.

Re-envisioning Rochester

A special report on how the city is building its future as a global health and wellness destination.

University of Minnesota Extension Offers Insight Into the State’s Modern Rural Economy

As the rural economy has evolved, so too has the University of Minnesota Extension, the public agency charged with “extending” the university’s expertise and knowledge into every corner of the state.

Minnesota Adds 6,600 Jobs in June, Resulting in Highest Job Numbers in State History

Records show the state has gained 2.9 million jobs.

State Awards $19M in Grants to Redevelop Greater MN Commercial Buildings, Housing

Brainerd, Willmar and Warroad are among the cities set to benefit from the grants, which come from a federally-funded program to help small communities rebuild.

CNBC Ranks Minnesota 6th on 'Top States for Business' Survey

The state has slid consistently over the years from its first place ranking in 2015.

Supply Chain Software Startup Inspectorio Raises $10M from Target, Ecolab, Other Investors

Two years after participating in the business growth program, Minneapolis-based quality control and monitoring software company Inspectorio attracts top companies in fundraising round.

How a Small Town Near MN’s Western Edge is Leveraging Its Proximity to Fargo-Moorhead to Grow

Since 2000, Barnesville has been attracting new residents at a steady pace, growing 18 percent to today's population of about 2,500. Many have easy commutes to jobs in Fargo-Moorhead, just 25 miles away.

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