The Minneapolis-based airline will operate ten Boeing 737-800 planes in Amazon’s leased network of planes.
Author Tiffany Shlain makes the case for taking a weekly break from your phone.
These days, the sectors with some of the highest earners in the U.S. are tech and finance. Minneapolis-St. Paul doesn’t have as much tech or finance — particularly tech investing and finance — compared to the country’s biggest cities.
Though more than 6,000 jobs were added in Minnesota in November, the state’s unemployment rate inched up a tenth of a percent from October to November, according to data from the state.
Downtown Hibbing’s new co-working space is slowly gaining traction in the community, says owner Karine Woodman
The company has now raised $2.3 million to date.
The upstream business will be owned and managed by Texas-based Apergy. Ecolab originally planned to spin off the unit.
With over 1,300 attorneys and consultants, the combined firm will be one of the 50 largest law firms in the nation.
About a year and a half after Ilan Levin resigned as CEO, the company has found a replacement.
NEP first announced plans to acquire the remanufacturer in November.
Republicans have put forward their own bills, but the two parties’ differing visions have prevented consensus.
The raise, led by New Enterprise Associates, is the highest of any Minnesota company this year and brings the health care company’s total capital investment intake to over $1 billion.
The replacement to NAFTA has been estimated to increase U.S. agricultural exports by $2 billion.
Anytime Fitness co-founders Chuck Runyon and Dave Mortensen were in Antarctica to celebrate becoming the first franchise chain on all seven continents.
The new headquarters is a short walk from the Shops at West End.
Following a short-lived stint at Mall of America, Rustica bakery is poised to open at Southdale Center. Second mall's the charm?
The company is selling the majority of the business unit to a New York-based investment firm for $650 million.
Cassutt has left the station to lead American Public Media’s Marketplace show in LA. Managing editor Laura McCallum will take her place for now.