Cargill, Inc., said Monday that it has resumed ground turkey production at its meat processing facility in Springdale, Arkansas, after introducing new food safety measures following a salmonella outbreak that led to two recalls. In
Non-traditional advertising company AllOver, which has placed ads at about 40,000 gas stations and convenience stores across the country, has bought Intran Media Vehicles, which puts vinyl advertising on trucks.
A California-based investor announced that it collaborated with two other community development entities to provide a $23 million tax credit financing package for the renovation of the downtown Minneapolis building, which is expected to be
A report released Tuesday by Minnesota Management and Budget found that the shutdown in July posed challenges for the public and state employees who were out of work for 20 days-but the state won't feel
The medical device company's Washington-based Physio-Control unit has reportedly been plagued with quality issues since Medtronic bought it in 1998, but buyer Bain Capital, LLC, called it a "market leader" and said that it has
After an undercover video depicting animal abuse at Sparboe Farms prompted Target and McDonald's to cut ties with it, Lunds and Sam's Club have reportedly also pulled the farm's eggs from their stores.
Eligible Hormel Foods workers received a share of $16.5 million in profit-sharing payouts; meanwhile, Marvin Windows and Doors, which has traditionally given bonuses to its workers, reportedly will not pay out profit-sharing bonuses this year
A twice-yearly survey by the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business indicates that local real estate professionals are less confident about the near future of the commercial real estate industry than they were
Thirty former associates of Tom Petters have reportedly agreed to pay $8.5 million to settle "clawback" lawsuits that are attempting to recover funds for victims of the Ponzi scheme; meanwhile, attempts to reach a deal
Boyd Stofer was chairman and CEO of Marquette Real Estate Group; he developed Northland Executive Office Center, Southpoint Tower, Northland Plaza, and the Centennial Lakes mixed-use development during his 33-year career with the company.
Same-store sales last month missed Wall Street expectations and were "near the low end" of the company's expectations, but Target aims to capture significant sales in December through various discounts and promotions.
Minneapolis officials have reportedly named a renovation of the Nicollet Mall walkway in downtown Minneapolis as their top funding request for the state Legislature when it puts together a bonding bill during the 2012 session.
A lone saxophonist playing a traditional version of "Deck the Halls" was slowly joined by individual singers, who first sang the traditional version of the song and then broke out in choreographed dance moves to
A new clawback lawsuit is seeking more than $27,000 in funds that were allegedly transferred to Michele Bachmann and her political committees between 2005 and 2008 by Frank Vennes, who faces securities fraud charges related
Requests for proposals and qualifications have been issued in an attempt to secure private partners to develop and manage Union Depot in St. Paul, which is being transformed into a multi-modal transit hub.
Digital River CEO Joel Ronning said that former Governor Tim Pawlenty-who joined two other company boards in late October-brings "diverse business development and finance experience along with a strong international perspective."
"Growing up in poverty during the Great Depression, Ken rose to be a genuine war hero, a business entrepreneur, and a Minnesota legend," according to TCF Financial Corporation Chairman and CEO Bill Cooper, who wrote
A Tuesday hearing at the state capitol-which is anticipated to feature a series of testimonies from state and city officials, Vikings representatives, and the public-is scheduled to run until 6 p.m. Ted Mondale stressed the
The architecture and design concept for the hotel's 533 guest rooms, and its public areas and restaurants, will incorporate elements that reflect Minnesota's culture and history; the renovation will be completed in late spring 2012.
St. Paul-based Ecolab, which completed its purchase of Nalco Holding Company a week ago and announced on Monday that it bought Italian company Esoform, said it has acquired another company-a Brazil-based pest elimination business.
In an effort to do something festive for guests staying during the holiday season, the Kahler Grand Hotel in Rochester made a 16-foot-tall gingerbread house that contains more than 4,000 pounds of edible gingerbread.
Plymouth-based Mosaic reached an out-of-court settlement with Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan; under the terms of the agreement, Mosaic's contract to supply the company with potash will expire at the end of 2012.
The state ranks eighth for smoking and ninth for violent crime rate, both of which have shown improvement over the past decade, but the percent of residents who are obese and have diabetes have increased.
Media reports indicate that Tuesday's Senate hearing about a new Vikings stadium seemed to focus on Minneapolis' efforts-and it left some Ramsey County leaders frustrated. But key state lawmakers still seem split over which potential
A three-judge Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel on Friday reportedly ruled that Petters wasn't denied access to a full defense of his case, that jury instructions were appropriate, and that his sentence was
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said that Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation-a subsidiary of Cargill-violated the agency's process safety management and fall protection standards at the company's beef production plant in Milwaukee.
Rafael Alvarez, founder and CEO of Genesys Works, was recognized for his business' social entrepreneurship. The nonprofit operates a program in St. Paul and has partnered with a long list of local businesses.
The U.S. Department of Justice accused the Fridley-based medical device giant of using two post-market studies and two device registries to pay physicians fees ranging from $1,000 to $2,000 for each patient that they implanted
The university said that a new initiative-called Minnesota Innovation Partnership-will help eliminate prolonged negotiations with businesses over rights to research that they sponsor at the university.
Chief Administrative Officer Walter White will become the company's new president and CEO on January 1; he succeeds Gary C. Bhojwani, who was promoted to chairman of Allianz Life and will assume responsibility for its
U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones applauded Bixby for demonstrating "true corporate responsibility" and said that it "serves as a fine example for other companies" after it admitted to defrauding investors of up to $7 million
The Downtown Council, in conjunction with local business leaders, has a plan to boost downtown Minneapolis' residential population, revitalize Nicollet Avenue, build a "downtown sports district," develop a new park, and more.
Company Chairman and CEO Robert L. Senkler said that preparing internal candidates to take on greater responsibility is part of the company's culture-and Christopher Hilger's transition to president has been in the works for the
Following a salmonella outbreak that led to two recalls earlier this year, the company has introduced new food safety measures at its Springdale plant-which it said were approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.