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Polaris Industries Inc.'s first-quarter profit fell 13%. If it were not for a long winter boosting snowmobile sales, the results would have been worse.Polaris saw…
Sensor problem in the Model SF50 jets similar to those being investigated in connection with Boeing Max 737 crashes. Cirrus notified owners of the seven-seater, single-engine jets late last week of the need to get them repaired.
Northrop Grumman is seeing more demand for smart artillery shells.
Cliffs keeps lawsuit against Mesabi Metallics, claiming trespassing at Nashwauk mine site.
Convicted in the Starkey fraud case, the two must now report on June 3.
Smarter packaging designs use less material, spare landfills and cut pollution.
Building glass maker cites weather woes and costs tied to EFCO acquisition.
The company also downgraded its full-year guidance as a result of the earnings miss.
"A Pinnacle of Reflection" was built with architect Matteo Thun & Partners using Maplewood-based 3M's reflective films and other optical materials.
As manufacturers compete for skilled workers, they are getting more generous with health benefits.
Thermo King aims to make delivery of produce greener with its prototype zero-emission refrigerated van.
The college plans to use the money to buy equipment and renovate its workforce training center.
Report shows strong sales but slower hiring among state manufacturers.
HVAC maker adding room for growing workforce.
Canada and China remain biggest trade partners and show biggest gains.
Steve Grove's goals include encouraging innovation and addressing economic inequalities.
Thomas Handley will step down as president on April 1 and retire later this year; his successor is Christophe Beck.
Its new Safety & Industrial group will have annual revenue of $12 billion.
Mesabi Metallics is under pressure to meet construction deadlines.
Robots are taking positions on factory floors of companies strapped by labor shortages. Now those companies, such as Graco of Minneapolis, need people to program the robots.
The state added 3,800 jobs in January, and the unemployment rate is 3 percent.
Expansion depends on Nashwauk parcel embroiled in former Essar Steel Minnesota project.
Reviva, the largest diesel-engine remanufacturer in the U.S., opens plant to work on gas-powered engines
Minnesota's growth slowed some during February.
In partnership with Xcel Energy, company aims to power its Maplewood campus with 100 percent renewable energy.
Lawsuit seeks a restraining order against two state agencies and says it would like to be involved in the Nashwauk taconite project.
The idea is to work with customers on analyzing data to boost sales and efficiencies of products from Post-it notes to tape and filters.
A group spearheaded by the National Association of Manufacturers is traveling the country trying to spread the word that an industrial career path is not what it used to be
The announcement came as it reported fourth quarter adjusted earnings had increased more than 10 percent.
Hope Crolley’s stepdad teased that her heart was so big, she loved the Vikings even when they were losing. Crolley knew the stats of every…
Peter Frosch will take the helm of the regional economic development organization Greater MSP on March 22, replacing the retiring CEO Michael Langley.Frosch, who has…
Terms of the Lobster Ink deal were not disclosed.
'They should have never hired this guy': Trial date set for Schwan's suit tied to sexual assault case
Lawsuit says firm failed to do a proper background check on its truck driver.
Mike Roman, who became CEO last summer, will now move into the role.
The move is expected to close sometime in 2020.
The company's new Adventures division offers vacation rentals in 30 states
Survey found solid new hires and sales, despite inflation and trade woes.
Resurgence in taconite industry led to a big jump in the 2018 shipping season.
Sales increases across the three divisions of the Pentair spinoff added to 5 percent.
More than 11 defective product lawsuits have been filed this month, including four in Minnesota.
The company finished '18 strong, but recent acquisition is expected to cause a dip.
But tariffs, other factors raise short-term concerns.
DNR commissioner warns it is reviewing permits and mineral leases.
Filtration plant to close, with the job cuts taking effect in late March through mid-April.
State doubling rent and royalty costs as a result.
Tracker and Textron partnership creates new line of ATV to be made in Minnesota.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it includes the FX, Striper and Escape boat brands.
America's manufacturers are scrambling to change the way they do business — from finding new suppliers to shifting more finishing work overseas — as the sting of tariffs begins to take a bigger toll on their bottom lines.
Details about the transition were scant, but anxiety was high, workers said.
Louisiana Aveda distributor Neill Inc. Corp. is also buying a sister school in New York City.
State and federal funds help create partnerships.
Troubled company from India said complex debt transactions pave the way; state officials not so sure.
The company, run from Golden Valley, will buy Pelican Water and Aquion.
With a new generation at the helm, Banner Engineering is rapidly growing as a U.S. leader in sensor technology.
Orders, sales help offset contractions in imports, exports in regional report.
Cliffs to give up control in August. Ownership stays same.
The former president of Starkey supplier Sonion also was sentenced Thursday; he received an 18-month sentence.
Ruzicka was convicted in March of wire, mail and tax fraud at Eden Prairie-based Starkey Laboratories, the largest hearing aid manufacturer company in America.
Deal will give 3M firm with $200 million in annual sales.
Jerry Ruzicka, convicted for embezzling $20 million from Starkey, will be sentenced next week.
Judgment was first of many clawback lawsuits having to do with the fraud case.
CEO said firm has made progress in turnaround.
Acquisition deal expected to close in early 2019.
Pledge announced at United Nations Climate Change Conference in Poland.
November results show state, Midwest manufacturing not growing as fast as nation.
Trade tariffs, strong U.S. dollar putting pressure on markets.
Four-year contract is with ArcelorMittal operations nationwide.
Keith Woodward will report directly to CEO Chris Killingstad.
The federal government said China is unfairly subsidizing quartz companies.
Company veterans are named division bosses.
Shelf-ready packaging drives sales for Arden Hills robotic-machine maker Delkor Systems, a leader in the rapidly growing sector.
3M Co. wants Vikings fans to help U.S. Bank Stadium "glow with purple pride" on Sunday during the game against the Green Bay Packers.The company…
CEO Mike Roman, who took over in July, lays out his aggressive five-year plan for the international company.
Report finds some progress with taxes and infrastructure but concern lingers over hiring and slower growth.
Some feared the worst after the loss of another local headquarters. But Sherwin-Williams has moved work here from Chicago.
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