Approximately 312 disabled Electrolux employees are expected to lose their jobs when the appliance manufacturer’s factory closes at the end of the year.
The deal, ranking among Toro’s largest, adds new brands to its portfolio and deepens its stake in the underground construction market.
The charges were brought against Jerome Robert Hennessey after an investigation found he’d committed mail fraud and tax evasion while working at the Ashby Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company.
The phone company’s new 5G network and hot spot offering features data speeds of 200-300 megabits per second. Tech companies are especially expected to benefit, as 5G rolls out in Minneapolis, Chicago, and other select cities in 2019.
Despite concerns over trade and weakness
in the agriculture sector, Minnesota bankers expect to see the state’s economy continue
to grow this year.
The public relations agency's new HQ is a shining star in the Warehouse District—literally.
Part of Klobuchar’s case to win the Democratic nomination for president is her ability to appeal to Trump voters. How strong is that ability?
An annual report by the Minneapolis Downtown Council revealed that amid a population hike, top employers in the city relatively consistent, though some glaring changes from 2017 did occur.
The Fenley is the latest project at the Bloomington Central Station site.
A survey conducted by nonprofit organization The Solar Foundation found Minnesota’s solar job total has increased from 1,995 in 2015 to 4,602 in 2018, making it 15th in the nation for solar workforce size.
Del Campo Chacon’s eviction fight — part of a larger struggle among a group of families living in five Frenz properties on the same block — is a new chapter in a long story, one that includes allegations of fraud, unsanitary conditions, rent strikes and city intervention.
The startup focuses on personalizing chronic disease treatment, and will use the investment money to commercialize a new blood-based test for obesity types in 2019.
The 12,000-square-foot “Skate the Star” rink will be built around the entrance’s star sculpture. Rink use will be free, while a skate rental fee will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities.
The project will improve roads, stations and service all along the I-35 corridor from Minneapolis to Burnsville.
Author Lyons says, in many ways, that chaos, brain-altering, and new ways of working are not working and that it’s time to step back. CEOs who’ve come around to that same conclusion may be ready to see what’s inside this book.
Don’t mistake constructive criticism from loved ones for brand feedback. Your start-up needs a persona. Here’s how to develop one on a shoestring budget.
Zest Books, headquartered in San Francisco, specializes in young adult nonfiction, and the deal – for which a value was not disclosed – bolsters Lerner’s reach in the market, starting with 10 new titles in 2019.
Periscope ranks as the second-largest ad firm in Minnesota by both revenue and employee count.
Holiday sales are expected to surpass $1.1 trillion, Deloitte says. But Minneapolis-St.Paul area shoppers are more frugal than most and likely to spend as much on experiences as gifts this year.
The six businesses are expected to collectively add 381 job opportunities and invest more than $48 million into Minnesota’s economy.
Fairview’s new Behavioral Health & Well-Being program, the first of its kind at least in the Twin Cities area, boasts more direct access for employees in need to professionals, all while cutting costs long-term.
A founder reflects on the most pivotal year of her personal and professional life.
The Eagan-based pharmacy benefit manager hopes to have a successor picked before DuCharme’s exit in March 2019.
DFL Rep. Chris Eaton said she expects some kind of dedicated funding measure to pass early in the 2019 legislative session.
After seven years under Connecticut-based private equity firm Brynwood Partners, the St. Paul candy business known for the Salted Nut Roll expects to benefit from Minneapolis-based Spell Capital’s familiarity with the region and company.
Here’s what the latest developments mean for the $2 billion project — and what has to happen in the next weeks, months and years for the line between Minneapolis and Eden Prairie to actually start serving passengers.
The move boosts Granicus technology solutions. SouthTech staff will not be impacted by the acquisition, remaining in place under Granicus, but no other details – including purchase price – were disclosed.
The financing came entirely from Bastion Capital and will go toward growing the Minneapolis-based company’s retail payments business.
The limited-run flavor was launched recently as part of a campaign to lend publicity and financial support to four justice-based organizations, including Minnesota’s Honor the Earth, which is battling the Enbridge pipeline.
In the deal with South Korea-based food and bioengineering business CJ CheilJedang, the Bloomington-based, family-founded Schwan’s will retain 20 % ownership, full ownership of its home service division, and headquarters and leadership team.