State lawmakers could not come to an agreement on the business-to-business tax repeals that should be discussed, so only disaster relief will be dealt with during the special legislative session.
Already charged with 20 counts of conspiracy and fraud, the founder of Select Comfort is now being accused of witness tampering.
The former UHG CEO is a land collector.
Several months after local businessman Michael McFadden announced plans to run for the U.S. Senate, a Duluth attorney has joined the race with the support of Stanley Hubbard.
Minneapolis-based Medafor, which develops medical devices used to control bleeding, is the second Twin Cities med-tech company purchased by C.R. Bard, Inc., in recent years.
Eleven different groups that support new businesses will receive between $84,000 and $450,000 in two-year grants.
Although Mayor Rybak is not seeking re-election in November, he laid out some long-term proposals for Minneapolis in his final budget speech.
While Minnesota’s unemployment rate remained unchanged, the state added 4,000 government jobs, an increase that a state official said may have been driven by increased funding.
Berkshire Hathaway increased its stake in U.S. Bancorp to more than 78 million shares at an average price of $34.31 during the second quarter, according to a regulatory filing released Thursday.
The online news provider has 25 websites in Minnesota, and it’s unclear whether they will be among the 400 nationwide that will be sold or closed down.
Uroplasty’s former chief financial officer retired after the company investigated issues regarding internal financial controls; Brett Reynolds will now take over the role.
Jeff Bolton, who has served as chief financial officer of the health system since 2002, will succeed longtime Mayo executive Shirley Weis as chief administrative officer.
A group of Best Buy shareholders argue that false statements made by the company’s executives caused its stock to rise artificially before abruptly dropping 14 percent months later when the company lowered expectations.
18 candidates already are vying for the top job at Minneapolis city hall, with more expected to sign on before the filing deadline Tuesday.
CEO Sally Smith said the company plans to have PizzaRev open a Minneapolis location by the first quarter of next year.
The Minneapolis City Council met Thursday to discuss forming a city-owned electric utility, but the Xcel Energy CEO is confident the city won’t make the transition.
President and Publisher Steve Fox has retired after 25 years spent leading Greenspring Media Group, and the company has been sold to a Detroit publishing company.
A look at several Duluth businesspeople.
Chris Askew now oversees Best Buy’s Geek Squad and reports to CEO Hubert Joly.
A former OfficeMax executive is set to replace 26-year Supervalu veteran Sherry Smith as chief financial officer, effective August 7.