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Eyeing Immigration Issues, Dorsey & Whitney Nabs Webber Law Firm

The acquisition is aimed at boosting the law firm’s capabilities in issues related to immigration and visas.

Beta.MN Launches New Startup Contest

Eight startups from its past Beta.MN showcases will compete for a prize package worth $50,000.

Fillmore Minneapolis to Open in Mid-February

Forthcoming concert venue would have roughly the same capacity as First Avenue.

Neela Mollgaard Chosen to Lead New State Economic Development Initiative

Mollgaard, who recently founded nonprofit Red Wing Ignite, will serve as executive director for Launch Minnesota, a program created by lawmakers and DEED officials.

Farming for a Future

High land costs block many young people from becoming farmers.

St. Paul-based Flagstone Foods Acquired by East Coast Holding Firm

The news comes amid continued losses for TreeHouse Foods, Flagstone’s former owner.

RecruitMilitary to Host Vets Job Fair at TCF Bank Stadium

The event is geared toward both vets and their spouses.

3M Inks $91M Deal to Sell Ballistic-Protection Biz to U.K. Firm

The manufacturer is selling the business as part of “ongoing portfolio management.”

Fortune 500s Think Small

Cargill and General Mills are incubating startups.

The General Mills Effect

Who's behind that food startup? Probably a former GMI exec.

Two Minnesota Companies Gear Up for Food-Focused Hackathon

Digital agency Foundry and agriculture company Conservis have announced plans to launch Affect the Cause, a two-day competition aimed at developing solutions for food and agriculture problems.

Marco Closes on Tenth Acquisition in Two Years

The St. Cloud-based tech services provider late last week acquired Executive Technologies in Iowa.

What Might the Gannett-GateHouse Merger Mean for Minnesota Newspapers?

Given the companies’ relatively small reach in the state, effects may be limited.

Beefing Up the Business

Two young farmers are innovating to keep a family cattle farm viable for the next century.

Book Review: “Becoming a Private Investigator (Masters at Work series)”

To give readers an idea of what it’s like to work as a private investigator, author Howie Kahn follows two P.I.s, one in Tennessee and one in Texas.

Rent Reporting Company Rebrands, Expands Scope

St. Louis Park-based RentTrack has rebranded to LevelCredit and hired a new president to expand business beyond rent reporting, to help more Americans build better credit.

American Public Media Hires Former Viacom Exec to Oversee Podcasts

Liliana Kim previously worked on content strategy and brand management for Viacom, which owns MTV.

Digital Tools for Business Banking

Enhanced mobile platforms and upgraded websites are among the features that banks are offering to serve Minnesota business customers.

Regional Reports: The Turning Tides of Red Wing

The old, established river city is crafting a future while maintaining historic traditions.

The TCF-Chemical Bank Merger Is Done. What’s Next?

More bank acquisitions may be on the horizon. But first, a “successful integration” of the two banks, President and CEO Craig Dahl says.

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