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Invicta Watch Group’s investment helps save Evine from the threat of stock exchange de-listing. Simultaneously, Invicta CEO Eyal Lalo will join the board and former Evine COO and CFO Tim Peterman will return as CEO.
The estimated $4.3 billion deal, considered 3M’s largest ever, will improve 3M’s presence in the medical device space—the only area that saw sales growth in Q1.
The number of Minnesota workers affected by mass layoffs increased 47% in 2018.
Since April showers bring May celebrations, here are five ways to welcome spring.
Timberwolves’ bank shot into competitive gaming is turning costly. Will it rebound?
MN United's managing partner takes TCB inside the Twin Cities' youngest sports franchise as it prepares to move into its new facility and its next era.
Kopp will step down as chairman and shutter Kopp Investment Advisors as he shifts his focus to philanthropy work through the Kopp Family Foundation.
St. Paul welcomes BevSource’s new interactive taproom and beverage laboratory, where startups can refine new brews and the public can go for first sips.
The strategy freshens the company’s image, brings Integrity Windows and Doors under the Marvin brand, and prepares the family business for future growth.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s Board of Trustees lauded Sethi for his global perspective and commitment to diversity.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the all-cash transaction went into effect today.
Just one year after completing a $36 million office building in North Minneapolis, the largest minority-owned construction company ran into irrevocable financial woes.
After a successful pilot program last year, Lime electric scooters arrived in St. Paul this morning, greeted by new stipulations. Fellow operators Bird and Spin are expected to follow.
The Maplewood manufacturing company announces a restructuring after a disappointing first quarter.
The job vacancy rate also increased, to 4.9 openings for every 100 jobs. Health care and social assistance had the most vacancies of any industry.
Minnesota holds 21 of the 29 spots in the seven-state Ernst & Young regional competition.
Succeeding Brian Murray, who was promoted to CEO of the construction firm last year, Kro will oversee the financial health, risk management and other related elements of the approximately $2 billion company.
The SBA names Maud Borup owner Christine Lantinen Minnesota Small Business Person of the Year. Lantinen and other Minnesota award winners will be honored in early May.
Minneapolis-based social impact accelerator Finnovation Lab is blown away by the strong demand for its programs. Applications are now being accepted for the lab’s second fellowship program.