Allianz Life Insurance Company, Mayo Clinic, and General Mills were named to the list based on employee surveys and company benefits and practices.
The vote of the musicians was complex, because members of the orchestra are scattered around the globe, performing with symphony orchestras elsewhere.
Since announcing its new amended credit agreement, Dolan’s stock has dropped more than 8 percent, reaching a record low price Tuesday afternoon.
A “significant” amount of Snap Fitness shares are changing hands as TZP Capital Partners buys Summit Partners’ more than $200 million stake in the company.
Minneapolis-based Dolan’s stock has fallen to $0.52 per share, well below the New York Stock Exchange’s listing requirements, and a new executive appointment illustrates continued distress.
Mayor Betsy Hodges: "In every part of Minneapolis, we must maintain and grow the middle-class backbone of our city."
Afinia is pushing back against 3D-printing giant Stratasys, which claims in a lawsuit that Afinia is infringing on four of Stratasys’ patents.
The federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration issued a safety alert Thursday, warning that Bakken crude may be more flammable than other, heavier crude oil.
Gregory Melsen, who has served as chief financial officer and as interim CEO, will leave Techne Corporation in early February to “pursue other opportunities.”
The group Save Our Symphony is urging the city to end its lease with Minnesota Orchestra management; orchestra leaders, however, say they provided sufficient financial information and are in compliance with the lease’s terms.
Is the most important national media executive in the Twin Cities now sitting in a newspaper office in sleepy downtown St. Paul?
April Todd-Malmlov’s recent vacation, however, was not directly cited in MNsure’s announcement about her resignation.
A recent report from Senator Amy Klobuchar and other lawmakers provides advice for increasing U.S. manufacturing production and jobs.
Tom O’Neill has been promoted to president of local Web development firm The Nerdery; Mike Derheim retains the CEO title.
Schaefer Law Firm is now Schaefer Halleen, as Toni Halleen has become co-owner of the local firm.
U.S. Bancorp agreed to pay “Freddie Mac” $53 million to resolve its mortgage buy-back obligations, adding to the more than $18 billion paid out by other banks in similar settlements.
Lou Nanne will lead fundraising efforts for $190 million in upgrades at U of M sports facilities; TCB recently reported on the school’s ambitious plans.
Governor Mark Dayton said more than $400 million from the budget surplus should be used for business and middle-class tax cuts.
Under terms of the Orchestra Hall lease, the Minnesota Orchestral Association is required to show how the facility is being used—and will be used—to promote the arts in Minneapolis.
The women’s clothing retailer saw profits jump 140 percent during the third quarter, and its stock has risen 120 percent since it named a new CEO.