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.
Under his six-year tenure, Pryor oversaw the completion of a massive new clinic in Minneapolis, as well as an ongoing controversy over an emergency services practice.
A new executive joins Pohlad Cos. and pursues strategic acquisitions.
The St. Paul-based water and energy giant is spinning off the business – which deals with oil field chemicals production and well drilling and chemistry – in response to its growth and changing management needs.
There’s no shopping cart necessary with this high-tech addition.
“Find Your True North” ads launch this spring to promote the state’s $15.3 billion tourism industry.
The MPR veteran will join nearly a third of all “retirees” in the labor force.
Worried about cyberthieves stealing your company’s data? Worry about your own workers.
New York-based Arkadium’s InHabit technology will use data collected by Sportradar, which runs its U.S. operational HQ out of Minneapolis, to spice up online sports articles.
Between lunges and squats, the founder of Get Healthy U is tethered to her rose gold laptop. But even at the office, she's in motion.
Record low temps? Nothing more than a great marketing opportunity in the north.
Minnesota companies get smart with apps, AI, software, and other innovations.
TV/radio personality Jason Matheson’s Goofy fixation is the subject of his latest media project.
Rejuvenate, invigorate, and motivate your colleagues with a luxurious spa experience.
Your top networking options this February.
The DFLer lays out political strategy to win support for his agenda in a divided Legislature.
Recreational marijuana probably isn’t coming to Minnesota this year. But the debate at Legislature has already become largely about when, not if, it will happen.
Rep. Zack Stephenson’s bill would appropriate $2.5 million to the Department of Employment and Economic Development to oversee the program and guarantee any defaults by workers. No interest could be charged during a shutdown or for 90 days after the end of a shutdown.
Last year’s MN Cup winner HabitAware emerged as the overall winner of the competition, taking home $400,000 in financing.
Shared workspace options are growing at a rapid clip, although The Riveter focuses on women workers and entrepreneurs.
Rhode Island-based UNFI alleges that during the transaction process, the advisors on its $2.9 billion deal for Eden Prairie-based Supervalu last July schemed UNFI out of more than $140 million.