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.
Startups with a digital health and wellness solutions focus are encouraged to apply.
The chair of the Minnesota Indian Gaming Association has made it clear to legislative leaders that the state’s casino-owning tribes aren’t interested in adding sports betting to their offerings.
The state's unemployment rate remained as is for the fourth straight month.
In addition to debuting the MyCareLink Heart app this week, Medtronic also enrolled its first patient for a new study examining an alternative, safer solution to oral opioids for back pain treatment.
Among other findings, a study by New York-based digital research firm Yext revealed that search views for certain hospitality and related businesses increased when Minneapolis hosted the Super Bowl last year.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is pushing to allocate $70 million for internet projects. But even that funding would only go so far toward the state’s ultimate goal — to bring much faster universal internet to everyone in Minnesota by 2016.
Two Eagan men who own and operate Shogun Burnsville allegedly used sales suppression software to cheat the State of Minnesota out of sales tax revenue over a three-year period.
“This is really tailored for Minnesota lakes,” says Root of the Elux Marine pontoon. “It’s designed for a three-hour sun cruise, not to be a boat you take down a river or across the ocean.”
Delta CEO Ed Bastian discussed the impacts of the shutdown on Delta, citing long lines in airports due to dwindled staff, and a delay in launching its new plane.
Digital First Media has floated an offer for Gannett, owner of USA Today and St. Cloud Times.
The founder of Minneapolis-based Mighteor is launching same-day professional video and photo content studios in Minneapolis and Denver.
Make time for yourself and industry friends with that winter downtime. Otherwise, before you know it, finding time for yourself and others will be scarce.
White Bear Lake-based GoodThings will keep two top performing Bibelot stores open and rebrand them.
The retailer’s November and December sales grew as the average shopper spent more than a year ago during each trip. Target’s digital sales also saw a 29 percent boost.
Millions of dollars in Minnesota small business loans can’t be completed without federal approval.
If his funding request is adopted, Kaler said he thinks the U of M could keep tuition increases at inflationary levels at the Twin Cities campus and at zero at the other four campuses in the system.
Education was featured prominently in Gov. Tim Walz’s remarks, but he also highlighted a theme that was a big part of his campaign — that the state has addressed tough problems in the past and can do so again.
A look at why a recently launched petition to “give the Northwest Angle back to Canada” to “correct a critical survey error” will never be successful, and why Angle business owners would never want it to be.
The North Loop store will be closed for several months while the company works on expanding its product line, including women’s apparel.
In a $1.8 million project, the company is relocating to a 68,000 square-foot space in St. Paul’s Midway Innovation Center. The move will add 135 jobs to the city’s labor market.