After winning a competition to build Minnesota’s largest solar power project, Geronimo Energy has emerged as a major force in the state’s renewable energy sector. Updated 4:26 PM
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Dancing while painting performance painter David Garibaldi revealed the new Minn. Lottery logo. Updated Apr. 18, 2014
More than two-thirds of the states reported job gains in March, as hiring has improved for much of the country during what has been a sluggish but sustained 4 1/2-year recovery.
A federal judge in St. Paul said it interferes with interstate commerce. State officials plan to appeal.
With its $2.45 billion purchase of Michael Foods, Post is aiming to get a broader slice of the breakfast business.
After more than a year of earnings difficulty, the bedmaker’s revenue rose.
Need a coffee shipment once a month? Put in one order, then relax.
Updated Apr. 18, 2014
Earnings were down 8% at UnitedHealth Group, the largest U.S. health insurer.
A 2.2 percent profit decline is the largest in nearly five years.
New downtown Minneapolis building will be across the street from hospital’s emergency room.
Updated Apr. 14, 2014
More financial details are simplified and harmonized for same-sex and opposite-sex couples. But the exceptions can be complicated.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans are receiving medical devices that were once considered nearly exclusive to the elderly. The shift is profoundly changing patient care and expanding the fortunes of the medical-technology industry while amplifying concerns over the safety and oversight of some products.
Jeri Glick-Anderson is the Director of Development for Temple Israel in Minneapolis.