Andre joined Twin Cities Business in September 2014 and now serves as Online and E-Newsletter Editor, a role in which he manages TCB's website, covers breaking news, updates social media channels and oversees the twice-weekly e-newsletter,Briefcase. Previous to joining TCB, Andre dabbled in several roles, including experience in several newsrooms, a one-year stint at a nonprofit through the AmeriCorps national service program and developing social media strategy at Carmichael Lynch Spong.
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Minnesota schools are expanding data analytics offerings and developing other programs to meet changing workforce needs.
Frustrated home buyers are keeping the overheated rental market from cooling.
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The Maple Grove-based startup says their device might be able to cure glaucoma.
The transaction is complementary to the Roseville medtech company's offerings.
Affinity Plus seeks new customers with bike loans.
A new survey provides insight into the minds of Minnesota’s marketing executives.
Competitors in this year's contest are battling for $450,000 in prize money.
The hip eyewear company previously didn't accept vision insurance.
But they affirmed the lower court's decision to prevent the ordinance from applying to companies without a presence in Minneapolis.
But he called the goal of single payer an "aspirational" one.
Among the items in the $1.4 billion proposal are several that could impact the business community.
The company is developing treatments for gastrointestinal issues that use human gut bacteria.
The combined company will have more than 650 lawyers in 15 locations across the country.
Alcoholic beverages are among the fastest-growing categories at the retailer's stores.
Memphis Meats uses cell culture technology to create animal meat that doesn't require slaughtering.
Many CEOs tendered their resignation from the advisory group following a weekend of violence and protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The positive news comes as the retailer tries to revamp itself with refreshed stores, new brands and a focus on digital.
The commission said Muslim workers that were fired had their civil rights violated.
The company is helping to connect caregivers through a shared online portal.
More than two dozen retailers will release their quarterly earnings in August—and analysts are watching closely.
Adding intractable pain to the list last year boosted program enrollment significantly.
Health officials also announced they would extend the open enrollment period beyond the federal government’s guidelines.
Think your company is less productive in the dog days? It is.
The RedEye Rebrand helped Canine Inspired Change put a new paw forward.
Spyder Trap's CEO and 30 other employees will join the health care startup.
Money will help rehab housing and commercial buildings, streetscaping efforts and improving wastewater facilities.
The newly completed U.S. Bank Stadium helped boost their fortunes substantially.
Great education and high quality-of-life helped the state score highly.
The online giant is doubling the number of cities in which it offers smart home advice and device installation.
MNvest allows private companies to sell stock
to average individuals. Is it worth the extra work?
Or is an Uptown restaurant site cursed?
A preemption bill veto by Gov. Mark Dayton means the rules can go into effect on Saturday.
Once redeveloped, the space will include a cafe and a German-style beer hall.
Ivan Pollard was previously an executive at Coco-Cola.
Kim Lund, who owns one-quarter of the Lunds & Byerlys grocery chain, sued to cash out her stake.
Bank and business relationships are no longer used when determining one's domicile for tax purposes.
The health insurance startup has raised nearly a quarter-billion dollars since 2016.
The plastic bag ban is now law, despite business objections.
The mega mall paid more than $30 million.
The combined organization will be the Twin Cities' largest health provider.
The alternating proprietorship agreement allows the two small beer producers to find efficiencies and become more nimble.
Positions in the Minneapolis location will shift to St. Cloud.
The prolific medtech entrepreneur is being inducted into the Bronx Hall of Fame.
The organization hopes to place 250 students in internship programs with high-tech companies throughout the state.
It's the company's second location in downtown Minneapolis.
The company's board cited volatility and increased competition in the health care market.
Dick Enrico latest project, 2nd Shade, follows a model similar to the second-hand exercise equipment chain he founded.
The new location will offer primary care as well as several specialty and integrative health care services.
The neighborhood faces a parking crunch as new development arrives.
A new study by the University of Minnesota and MnDOT tries to quantify bicycling's impact on wallets and health.
The state added 3,800 jobs.
The name change comes as the agency said its broadening its approach to public relations and communications.
The application process runs through April 28.
The store won't be able to sell liquor for 30 days starting July 2—just as other stores can begin opening Sundays.
Trendlines still point toward job growth, DEED's commissioner said.
Marcus Fischer takes over an organization that is focused on intertwining its advertising and public relations functions.
What could Summit Brewing’s trade secret suit be about?
More than 100 restaurants in the city have joined the group to call for concessions in the ordinance that's expected to arrive this summer.
The site is meant to better connect applicants whose interests and skills match a job—and help remove implicit bias in hiring.
The Duluth-based company continued its streak of selling over 300 aircraft in a single year.
A special enrollment period runs through March 1 for those who have been recently kicked off their health plan.
The department store chain is closing its Nicollet Mall location this spring.
Want half a cow? There’s an app for that.
If the southeastern Minnesota city wins, it gets a half-million dollars and will host the next season of Deluxe Corp.’s “Small Business Revolution” series.
A strong convention business and other economic factors fuel major growth in hotel construction in advance of the 2018 Super Bowl.
The amount is 50 percent higher than previously predicted.
Nearly 120,000 people signed up for health insurance through the state’s online marketplace.
The renovations will be complete by September and includes a major overhaul of the grocery department.
The northeastern Minnesota city could be the third in the state to mandate the benefit.
The company assumed the name of the company it merged with last October.
There's been no contact between developers and state officials in months.
The deal makes more changes than Dayton originally proposed, but is significantly pared down from a previous GOP-backed bill.
The company's net income for fiscal 2016 was half that of the previous year.
The bank allegedly used deceptive practices to get customers to sign up for overdraft protection, resulting in extra fees.
It's the 13th year the entrepreneurial competition has been held.
The company has faced falling foot traffic and sluggish sales for years.
The couple behind Torg Brewery is bringing craft brews to an underserved part of the Twin Cities—and they want the community to help them build it.
601W Companies plans to redevelop the site with two floors of retail and creative office space above.
Republicans agree on providing relief, though signal that they are pushing for further reforms to MNsure, the individual health insurance marketplace.
The company’s marketing tactics are in question due to an "ongoing" BOGO offer.
Does the fitness business encourage or endure the January hordes?
The new program will help small business compete against more established companies.
"Minneapolis is going to lead on the minimum wage, and we have to get it right," the mayor said.
Speaker Daudt said there seems to be enough support to end the blue law this upcoming session.
The aircraft has been 15 years in the making.
Silicon Prairie Online is using an emerging technology to offer more than just a space to raise capital.
The move by the Departments of the Interior and Agriculture deals a major blow to the prospect for a copper-nickel mine on the Iron Range.
The state has added nearly 32,000 jobs in the last 12 months.
Maintenance workers at Mayo's Albert Lea facility have been working without a contract for a year-and-a-half.
The company is nearly doubling its office size with the upcoming move.
Up to 600 people could be out of work after the realignment.
But the good news might not last for long, as the retailer predicts it will lose money again next quarter.
The two men still maintain a stake in the company.
Minnesota had the fourth-highest increase in average health insurance premium prices for the upcoming year.
A look at where last year's division winners are today.
Nonprofits and donors are frustrated by another year of problems on the state's largest day of online charitable giving.
The health system brought in about 1,200 replacement nurses during the two strikes this summer and fall.
Workers for AirServ, including baggage handlers and cabin cleaners, indicated that they will push for higher wages and better benefits.
Despite a glut of developments hitting the market in the last few years, few units remain unrented.
The companies said the merger would help it better compete in a complex IT environment.
Anne Dament departs less than 18 months after starting.
The release comes as the company is trying to woo more customers back into the restaurant.
The company is helping to shape the future of drug discovery, medical diagnostics and disease treatment.
Signature luxury wing delayed as previous expansion gradually fills.
Minnesota entrepreneurs could benefit from the new guidelines, which relax several restrictions and raise the cap on amounts that can be raised.
St. Jude claims defamation - but Muddy Waters says its claims are truthful and protected by the First Amendment.
Granicus offers complementary services for the public sector.
The company is chasing tech talent.
It's recognized by 96 percent of American shoppers.
Mike Lister is a former executive and current owner of several Famous Dave's franchise locations.
The bank reshuffled its leadership structure to give more power to it's No. 2, Timothy Sloan, but says the move is unrelated to the account scandal for which it's currently taking fire.
It's a bold step as Black Friday sales continue to creep into holiday celebrations.
Over 3,000 units were rented out during the golf tournament.
The retailer sold 16 different products after they were subject to recall.
More than 2,000 rooms are coming online in the next few years as the neighborhood surges in population and remains a hotbed for business.
It will be the neighborhood's only lodging space.
The company hopes new additions to the menu and a bolder look will improve sales.
The celebrity television star and chef is teaching the basics of cooking on a Minneapolis-based education platform.
The new space at the company's flagship location will accommodate 250 more people.
The results show significant growth for a company that just became publicly traded.
The Minnesota High Tech Association, state government and private companies are providing hundreds of paid internships to increase the high tech workforce.
The public relations firm is helping athletes like Kyle Rudolph boost their image.
Jeff Jones will be in charge of marketing, operations and customer support for the ridesharing behemoth.
The women’s retailer has yet to find a winning formula to improve its woes.
The company is shifting its growth strategy.
Minneapolis City Council had blocked the initiative from reaching the ballot earlier this month.
A sleep apnea company from Maple Grove topped the charts for Minnesota.
The online retailer is adding yet another service for Prime members.
The entrepreneurial competition named 25 finalists out of a pool of 1,500.
The state is providing $182,000 as part of the company's multimillion dollar addition to its St. Cloud headquarters.
DNT offers similar services as Marco and will allow the company to further expansion plans in the Midwest.
The airline thinks its Dallas-Fort Worth route is better than Delta's from MSP.
Nearly 500 new patients were certified to receive cannabis to treat intractable pain in the past month.
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The bill is intended to help employees in startups take advantage of stock options.
The medical device firm is Minnesota’s first IPO in over a year and a half.
My Sister is taking advantage of Minnesota's public benefit corporation structure to make profits that help stop sex trafficking.
The startup is reorganizing around smaller, more nimble teams as it continues to grow.
The fast-growing startup now has a big-name brand backing them up.
The governor is in talks with Cliffs Natural Resources to be granted the leases after Essar failed to repay millions to Minnesota contractors and vendors.
John Fraser is well-known in Minnesota health care circles.
Outer-ring suburbs in particular fared well for permit pulls.
The first day of business coincides with the state adding intractable pain to the list of qualifying conditions.
The electric provider was only outranked by California-based utilities.
The hospital will provide emergency services during events.
Men make more than women in all of the metros surveyed.
MNvest allows Minnesotans to invest in businesses for an equity stake.
The suburban county is the first to leave the regional transportation funding body.
The state's Chamber of Commerce continues its call on lawmakers to eliminate the statewide general property tax.
The company faces over 36,000 lawsuits surrounding issues with the devices.
The competition is now down to 80 teams.
The organization, composed entirely of women, creates products that help advance the research of complex and deadly diseases.
The acquisition of FoodMinds now makes the marketing agency the third-largest among independents in the food and beverage industry.
The exclusive partnership is the first for the well-funded startup.
MNvest passed during the 2015 legislative session, but it has been in rulemaking since.
The $50 million construction project won't be finished until later in 2017.
One of the Minnesota Chamber's three priorities passed.
The businessman shaped Minnesota through his corporate and civic work.
The agency says the company is putting significant levels of heavy metals in the air.
Sales fell sharply in part due to the spin off of the retailer's pharmacy and clinic business.
The airline wants to reduce wait times before peak summer travel.
It’s part of the marketing agency’s annual pro-bono, 24-hour challenge.
The bill would require employers to provide paid time off for employees to tend to illness, domestic abuse and care for family members.
Minnesota was the only state that increased its number of manufacturing jobs.
The company now has five locations.
The tourism agency is looking for visitors in atypical places.
Susan Bachman West's promotion marks the fifth generation of the family to hold the position.
TCB's February report on economic activity throughout the state found a similar pullback in investment and growth.
Sales and profits were nearly flat for the full fiscal year.
There's a growing need for workers that can interpret—and act on—big data in businesses.
Karen Francois previously served in a similar department at the City of Minneapolis.
A total of 24 from the state made the list.
The closed-loop system that monitors patients and responds accordingly will emerge as the next industry trend, according to one analyst.
The companies already work together closely.
A bill allowing aerial fireworks already passed the House and could make it through the Senate. But the governor has public safety concerns.
A lawsuit alleges the company was more likely to let go of older employees during a recent round of layoffs.
The company is led by several high-profile names in the health care sector.
Results came from a survey of millions of flyers.
Minnesota’s small and large companies are creating cutting-edge products and processes by leveraging technological innovations.
Current efforts to allow unaccredited investors to put money in Minnesota companies are awaiting approval in the Department of Commerce.
The new, $100 million building will host several specialty functions and help make Mayo a stronger health care player in the Southeastern U.S.
The brewer riled many on the Iron Range for its opposition to copper-nickel mining projects.
The device sales fit well into the retailer’s pivot toward health and wellness.
The House minority leader said he wants to improve Minnesota's standing in science and technology.
The two have been working together closely identify solutions to physicians’ challenges.
Homes in ZIP codes with Target stores were worth significantly more than those with a Walmart store nearby.
Consumer demand for protein products is surging.
An equity firm holding C&B shares wants to bring more retail experience to the company's board.
The list is pulled from public data on performance and outcomes.
The purchase fit into the company's strategic goal of expanding beyond powersports.
The training is meant to reduce stress and improve patient care.
The long-studied proposal would be the state's first copper-nickel mine.
John Tedesco will be in charge of the startup's day-to-day operations.
CEO Howard Root was accused of personally coaching sales staff to market unapproved uses of the company's medical devices to physicians.
The two retailers get their private-label macadamia nuts from the same provider.
Krueger serves as senior vice president of real estate and development at the Port Authority.
Connor replaces Jason Bristow, who left last year amid a shakeup in the C-suite.
The St. Paul startup just hired it 100th employee.
Target inched back up the list after falling dramatically last year.
One of the foundation's benefactors has strong ties to the university.
An amendment to the Open Skies pact between the two countries could make a nonstop flight unprofitable.
The health system said the programs are meant to help "individuals whose lives demand a personalized, attentive and high quality experience."
The company is moving workers from its St. Paul and Roseville offices into the expanded space.
The agency is leaving its Wayzata office park to attract creative employees drawn to working in the city.
The program mentors small business owners to nurture additional growth.
The top 15 employers make up 30 percent of the workforce.
After 24 years at the high-end shopping center, the retailer is moving across the street to Southdale.
A new article in Canadian Business examines the short life and many failures of the retailer's adventures in the north.
The ad agency is being consolidated with its media-planning subsidiary and McCann’s General Mills account team.
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Several big names put money into the company.
Investment in the industry reached nearly $435 million, according to the Medical Alley Association.
The company was designated a “Beyond the Yellow Ribbon” company.
Several high-profile companies have already struck agreements likely valued in the millions.
$300,000 has already been raised.
Both companies make equipment and parts for clearing snow.
The solar panel company has seen three years of triple-digit growth.
Employers in the industry are upbeat about the coming year.
The money will be used to beef up the education startup’s roster of talent and technological upgrades.
The company is struggling with a software overhaul that's affecting shipments, but the mattress maker is poised to grow.
The Pohlad-owned company remained silent for months about their intentions with the station.
Advertising campaign hopes to inspire advertisers to take a second look at old-school modes.
The company failed to meet the requirements by the state as specified in the loan agreement.
The private civic group has quietly been shaping the region's economic agenda.
Farms and producers around some Minnesota crops could be crippled if more food companies begin to remove genetically modified crops from their products.
The 10-year deal will name a gate after the company and allow Pentair to use their water-filtering technology at filling stations throughout the stadium.
It joins a growing number of services that MSP residents can use to avoid visiting store shelves.
The hike is slight and it might take some time before consumers see any major changes.
The sale of Green Giant and a soft domestic market bit into the company’s bottom line.
The city and others involved in the fundraising effort have been prodding the Vikings to up their contribution.
Michael Francis is known for turning the Minneapolis retailer into a cheap-chic place to shop.
The U currently has the lowest non-resident price in the Big 10.
In recent years, he provided several philanthropic gifts to the communities in which he lived or grew up.
About one in five metro employers intend to add staff, but 8 percent intend to decrease their workforce size.
The award recognizes successful leaders who have faced adversity.
Analysts fear economic contraction due to flagging international sales.
The new hires will focus on information security and customer retention.
The company's website is down on one of the busiest online shopping days of the year.
The results are mixed.
General Mills had previously been working toward cage-free eggs but hadn't specified a date.
The device can wirelessly send information to physicians.
The company is moving aggressively to improve online sales during a key shopping period.
Player’s Health tracks injuries in youth sports.
The Corporate Equality Index scores companies on how well they treat LGBT employees.
It’s part of an ongoing effort to make the city more attractive and lively.
It’s the first grocery co-op in the state to organize.
The deal allows Polaris to showcase its products on game days.
The aircraft manufacturer is the only in its industry to include parachutes in all of its products.
NEP is one of the region’s largest and oldest investment firms.
The company offers an alternative to area heavyweight CoCo.
Twin Cities firms lead effort to gender-integrate advertising.
The agreement follows years of tense negotiations.
The total price of the project is now expected to be $1.48 billion.
A rash of lawsuits aimed at small businesses have popped up across the state.
The Big Know brings knowledge-hungry consumers together with smart brands in the online classroom.
The company also said it was buying cloud storage and sharing service Connected Data as it focuses on enterprise.
The health insurer lost bids to run part of the state’s low-income health programs.
The companies’ charitable giving arms are concerned about a looming workforce gap.
It’s the biggest tech investment so far this year in the Twin Cities.
The additional employees are needed as business at the health insurer surges.
A new concert and event venue may finally repurpose the Minneapolis landmark.
The celebration coincides with the premiere of Deluxe Corp’s video that follows small businesses, including some in Minnesota.
The company is “winding down” several business units, including much of its legacy physical storage division.
A company shaking up the design world at a fraction of the competitors' costs.
Separating music and Twins broadcasts could better appeal to the two separate audiences.
The locations in Oakdale and New Hope are the first in an aggressive plan to butt heads with top dog Cub Foods.
Negotiations had taken a contentious turn earlier this year.
Flights to city will end on September 28.
The open space in front of the stadium will be named Medtronic Plaza for at least 10 years.
The company creates an app that turns iPad and iPhone devices into a graphics tablet.
The recreational vehicle manufacturer is leaving its suburban digs for a more urban vibe.
Businesses are following their millennial employees and relocating downtown.
Twenty-one companies are competing for $327,000 in prizes.
John Mulligan, Target’s CFO who also filled in as interim CEO last year, is taking up a newly created position within the company.
The state ranked 18th overall for number of companies that made the list.
Contestants are one step closer to winning a “record” prize amount.
The Honorary Consulate General in Minneapolis promotes ties between Norway and the Midwest.
Brian Bell left Code42 earlier this year. He takes his position at Sport Ngin as the company is rapidly expanding.
Uncertainty swirls at Minneapolis tech darling.
India-based companies have invested $1.8 billion and created thousands of jobs in the state.
The purchase helps AOM reach an affluent audience.
The clinic will be located in the former Saks space.
Founder Matthew Dornquast stepped down from the position last month.
The organization now has four locations in the Twin Cities.
Douglas Loon currently serves as vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
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Kathee Tesija is leaving the company in early July but will continue to serve an advisory role through next year.
Fewer building permits, higher jobless claims to blame.
The law, pushed by MNvest, aims to make investing in Minnesota startups easier.
The deal is valued at $1.9 billion.
Now former co-CEOs Chip Pearson and Zach Halmstad will continue work in new positions at the rapidly growing company.
The company is in the midst of a major shake up of its management.
The company wants to remind customers of the ways banking interacts with their daily life.
The co-working space was never able to build up a member base.
Viking River Cruises wants to run the Mississippi, and local towns are lining for a piece of the action.
More than 3.6 million chickens have been killed due to the infectious disease with the number continuing to climb. That means new security measures and added monitoring for several companies.
Minnesota dominated the list of Upper Midwest finalists.
Laura Lee Plzak is charged with five counts of theft by swindle.
SABEW's Best In Business awards recognize outstanding business stories published or aired in 2014.
Three kids from St. Olaf are shaking up the ice cream industry.
Last year's tight material supply has subsided and a shortage of labor is a bigger concern.
As Minnesota faces a labor shortage, employers are offering tuition assistance to help retain good employees.
The light rail project may have to be pared down or scrapped entirely.
A bill going through the legislature aims to make investing in Minnesota startups easier for community members.
The state continues to add jobs, but unemployment rate remains stubborn.
It's the company's first investment besides friends and family.
It’s the largest capital raise in the firm’s history.
The Woodbury-based app officially launched less than two months ago.
NuSource is the largest privately owned ATM company in the country.
The city’s new initiative aims to help entrepreneurs invest in the community with fewer headaches.
The Duluth-area company prides itself on tastier, healthier eggs that comes from treating its chickens better.
Minnesota golf courses reaped benefits from golf enthusiasts when Tiger Woods dominated the game.
Now they’re looking for the next generation of golfers.
The two firms have been working in the same office with many of the same clients for years.
The competition will award more than $327,000 in prizes this year.
While state unemployment figures remain lower than the rest of the country, growth has been slower.
The company did not mention if it’s dropping plans to form an REIT.
StoneArch's “RedEye Rebrand” challenge helped kick off the all-night, pro bono marketing trend.
League officials have thrown their support behind the NASL team and their idea for an outdoor stadium over the Vikings bid, sources say.
The health system has nearly 2,000 job postings.
The rapidly expanding fitness franchise wants to tap into Spain’s movement toward smaller health clubs.
The electronics retailer saw its second-consecutive quarter of sales growth for the first time in years, but warned that the near-term might not be nearly as rosy.
MakerBot line flops during the quarter. Meanwhile, the company is merging several of its subsidiaries to better compete.
The two sides promised to work more closely during future rail projects.
The company is still exploring the option of dividing a portion of the company to independently manage its properties.
Pilots have been in mediation with the airline since 2012 and want to increase what they say are industry-low wages.
Dairy sales suffered after a thirsty Chinese market turned to its stockpiles.
The purchase of Polypore’s filtration business is 3M’s largest purchase in years.
Target nearly fell off the list after recent bad press surrounding its data breach and woes in Canada.
The business of dying is changing, as America secularizes and women start to take over the field.
Its acquisition of Covidien did not affect financials.
SparkStarter takes a slightly different tack from other dating apps like Tinder.
The proposal faces sharp opposition from the neighboring church.
The company will be the first to provide full-weekend race series results.
The new company brings together agencies across the globe to provide deeper technical and creative capabilities for clients.
One of the Twin Cities’ most prolific student housing developers will retain just two properties near the university.
Its stock price fell on quarterly report that again failed to meet analysts’ forecasts.
Despite beating analysts’ profit expectations, the company has struggled with currency and sales issues abroad.
Sales were up across all business groups during the fourth quarter.
The new company will have $27 billion in revenue and 85,000 employees worldwide.
Strong growth helped both Twin Cities firms make the list.
Both quarterly and fiscal year numbers look good for two of Minnesota’s largest corporations.
The Nicollet Island-East Bank Neighborhood Association not only embraces density, it demands it.
An 18-story redevelopment stands a good chance of getting support, as it aligns with the neighborhood’s goal of increased density.
It’s the best year for construction since 2011, when the school district overhauled its facilities.
A Boston-based equity firm wants to tap into an industry that is expected to reach $6.7 trillion by 2020.
Production is looking better, but questions linger about wages.
The purchase boosts the company’s portfolio of IT tools.
Lower food prices for consumers and expenses for the company have helped fuel growth in the food giant.
The controversial acquisition is the largest in company history.
December’s report continues a streak of over two years of predicted economic expansion.
The purchases are expected to increase the company’s 2015 earnings per share by 12 to 15 cents.
A falling unemployment rate and budget surplus position the state well as it enters 2015.
Startups in the state see success after winning the funding contest.
The purchase comes amidst a “tidal wave of demand” for more access to government.
Despite flagging sales, the company’s profit beat Wall Street’s expectations.
Janet Dryer is retiring after three decades as CEO of the IT company.
Desco Industries can better meet the “evolving needs” of customers, according to 3M
The 1.7 acre site is finally attracting interest as nearby areas boom.
Growing needs for meat and dairy products as the world’s population booms among reasons that Cargill wants to purchase Nutreco.
A buyer’s market is emerging as more homes are put up for sale.
The privately held community bank will be the sixth largest following the deal.
The company’s reaction to last year’s data breach was appreciated by consumers, according to the report.
The company dampened expectations for its current fiscal quarter despite coming off a year of record sales.
As hotel construction explodes in nearby Bloomington, the Metropolitan Airports Commission wants to put one on site.
The company has been pushing printers into stores and other consumer-friendly locations.
Greater MSP set the goal as part of effort to exceed the number lost during the recession.
There are more than 250,000 immigrants in the state, some who would be touched by the new policies.
Shares of the company jumped sharply upon the news, fueled by improved sales.
The Twin Cities’ strong economy has consumers confident they can buy more this year.
The two companies will vote on the purchase in January.
Strong economic conditions and high quality of life kept the state in the top ten for the second year.
An investment firm manager will fill the company’s chief executive role.
The space has been empty since 2012 when the department store vacated due to poor financial performance.
The nation’s largest health insurer is shaking up its executive leadership.
The company is seeing depressed earnings as it struggles to meet consumers’ shifting demands.
Itek becomes the third company to take advantage of installation rebates for solar panels produced in the state.
Local retailers are eyeing price matching, free shipping and other ways to entice shoppers into stores.
The parcel to be developed is among the largest transit-oriented development sites in the city.
The purchase complements Toro’s seasonal, lawn care-focused business.
U excels in schools that offer affordability with excellence.
The company will have a 45-day window to solicit more lucrative offers.
The company credits growth to an uptick in loan origination.
Added expenses caused the company to lower its outlook for the year despite success in snowmobile and accessory sales.
The non-traditional buyer is likely to market Olson’s consumer data to its clients.
The development has garnered interest from many potential tenants as a buoying economy spurs new commercial real estate development and low vacancy rates.
Results surpassed Wall Street expectations.
Defibrillators and pacemakers helped sales in the U.S. jump.
As listings increase, sellers face increased competition for choosy buyers.
The airport is not among the five to receive additional screening measures for the outbreak.
The company will net a cool $168 million from the transaction.
The company, which has struggled in recent years, faces an uphill battle in the wake of shifting consumer behavior.
Public relations and advertising agencies made up the bulk of the best places to work, including in Minnesota.
Approximately $133 million was raised so far this year by tech firms.
The company earlier unveiled “Project Century,” a strategy to slash $100 million in costs.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency requested the report to determine hazards and clean up needs on the site.
The total net worth of the five wealthiest Minnesotans is nearly $11 billion.
The medical device company currently has one product available in the U.S. with another currently under clinical investigations in Europe.
The MAC intends to build three more gates at Terminal 2 to accommodate passenger growth at the Twin Cities airport.
Extensive parks and job opportunities helped Maple Grove, Eagan and Woodbury earn places on the annual list.
A California cereal plant and a Massachusetts yogurt manufacturing facility are two casualties of the company's latest round of disappointing sales figures.
A partnership between Ecumen and one of the state’s higher education systems wants to add youth to senior care to help jumpstart hiring in the field.
Rochester and St. Louis Park are named to Livability.com’s 2015 list.
Target, US Bank and Wells Fargo are part of a long list of companies that are embracing Apple’s new mobile wallet technology.
Nearly half of the projects planned the next two years will be in the Twin Cities.
Publications routinely put the Twin Cities high in rankings, but does it actually amount to anything?