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Former secretary of state also told the crowd at the KPMG Women's Leadership Summit that she had to take constructive criticism to be a more effective leader.
LME has issued first payments after a federal ruling demanded $1.25 million in back pay.
Terms of the patent suit were not disclosed.
Citing unrest with no end in sight, the company will take a $160M charge.
From educational seminars to sharing cultures and starting women's groups, diversity takes time.
The security company will remain based in Florida.
Northshore Mining plant in Silver Bay will begin producing higher-quality iron-ore product
Lawsuit says ESOP lost money because of financial fraud and embezzlement former executives have been prosecuted for.
Zean Nielsen is now CEO of the company with more than 1,100 employees.
3M is selling a business that generates $120 million in sales annually.
The proposal would turn former host of Four Seasons Mall into affordable senior, family housing.
Regional index finds trade, weather hurt manufacturing — but not in Minnesota.
State's farmers, business react: "We can't keep doing this"
The litigation is the latest in a series of legal filings that allege harm from so-called PFAS.
Medical and machine products remained the most in demand.
3M settlement also gives the city 180 acres of 3M farmland.
The Eden Prairie-based company's multicolor, multi-material printer has been lauded as ushering in the next generation of stop-motion animation.
While some have options, others see few alternatives since they are in such competitive industries and cannot raise prices.
Survey shows company leaders believe problem is limiting growth possibilities.
Spin-off has seen sales and profits grow, all while building its identity apart from Pentair.
DailyPay has 100 workers in New York and expects to double the number of employees by the end of the year, the company said
CEO Wine said Trump's threatened move could result in a $200 million hit for the company.
The Maple Plain company partnered with Posen and GE Additive to create the one-of-a-kind wearable flower with 21 large 3D-printed petals.
The Maplewood-based company adds high-tech wound care to its line.
The tight labor market, though, continues to worry managers, manufacturing survey shows.
When Devin Gaines called, thousands came. The young promoter knew how to reach out and haul in rap fans to venues large and small across…
Rebranding of Warroad company includes a new portfolio of products.
Profit jumps 20% during first quarter
Polaris Industries brings its small electric vehicles to cities, campuses and retirement communities
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.
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.