Not long after Beth Ford became CEO of the Land O’Lakes cooperative in 2018, she toured agriculture co-ops and farms across rural America. By early 2019, she was alarmed that
Five years ago, convincing Life Time to open its tennis courts to a regional pickleball tournament was no easy task. “We begged Life Time in Lakeville to use the tennis
Although builders continue to report a strong interest and demand for new homes, November saw a 12 percent year-over-year decline in single-family home building in the Twin Cities metro area.
What do state Rep. Mary Franson, a conservative Republican from Alexandria, and Steve Grove, a former Google executive who is now DFL Gov. Tim Walz’s top economic official, have in
Minnesota was once a major center of computer technology, with companies like IBM, Control Data, and Cray leading the global development of supercomputers. Thanks to a new company launched on
Fresh off a $924 million initial public offering in June, Minneapolis-based health insurance company Bright Health Group is looking to grow its network of primary care clinics. On Monday, the
Eden Prairie-based cybersecurity company Arctic Wolf may soon join the growing list of publicly traded companies in Minnesota. A week ago, Reuters reported that the company has hired financial advisers