3M and Target both made four of Fortune’s high-profile annual lists, earning them spots on the magazine’s 2013 best-of compilation.
3D printing giant Stratasys filed its first patent infringement lawsuit Monday against fellow Minnesotan company Afinia.
DRC’s John Bandy, CIO, takes on the tough issues—far beyond internal technology.
View acceptance speeches from and biographical videos about the winners of the 2013 Minnesota Family Business Awards.
ValueVision denied investor Clinton Group’s request for a special meeting in January and has instead scheduled the meeting, one at which shareholders may vote on Clinton’s proposals, for March.
John Pohlad has been appointed director of strategic development at Rothschild Capital Partners, which is looking to grow its Minneapolis presence.
View the acceptance speeches of five members of local business boards who won 2013 Outstanding Directors Awards.
Xcel Energy was the highest-ranked Minnesota company on this year’s list.
Representative Michele Bachmann has a stack of cash left in her congressional campaign account, with no obvious expenses left to spend it on.
A former Twins executive; the president of Rochester Area Economic Development, Inc.; and the dean of the Carlson School of Management are among those appointed to the Economic Development Agency Board.
An estimated 150 Xbox One consoles were reportedly shipped to customers over the weekend, ahead of its official November 22 launch date.
3M is suing two dental businesses for allegedly infringing on the company’s ceramic-based dental technology.
ValueVision asked activist investor Clinton Group to postpone a special meeting until after the holidays; Clinton said it would wait until January, but it won't withdraw its filing, because that might allow ValueVision to push the date back even further.
A jury sided with Willmar-based Relco after two former employees allegedly used confidential company information after moving to a competitor.
An investor group says ValueVision is underperforming and needs a new chief executive; the company, meanwhile, pointed to its climbing stock price as indicative of a successful turnaround strategy.
Chief Executive magazine presented Chuck Runyon, co-founder and CEO of Hastings-based Anytime Fitness, with the award in its “Leadership” category.
The 3M spin-off sold one of its businesses in an attempt to turn itself around, but its quarterly loss was worse than analysts expected.
Target and General Mills each paid cash grants of more than $100 million last year, although both companies allocated just 18 percent of those grants within Minnesota.
Fast Horse started off as a PR firm. Now it isn’t.
At the year-and-a-half mark, her restaurant, Mona, is in the black, despite a tough location. Her finance degree has come in handy.