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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.
Layoffs will begin in January; another 145 workers could transfer to Shutterfly facility.
$73 million project should be finished by end of 2019.
Lawsuits involve 13 plaintiffs who say they were hurt in ATV fires.
Former Procter & Gamble and First Data manager to take helm this month.
15,000 USW workers must vote whether to approve contract.
Trade tariffs and rising interest rates slow growth in the Midwest, according to a widely watched economic report.
An 11 percent increase is contrasted by foreign decreases, report says.
Resideo Technologies is on the NYSE and will move its headquarters to Austin.
But rising raw-material costs, exchange rates led to lower full-year forecast.
It is renovating a new location in Brooklyn Park that is expected to open by the end of the year.
Sales beat expectations; two of three divisions grow.
Only two of 3M's five businesses saw increased profits in the third quarter
A strong third quarter saw double-digit rise in profits.
The Iron Range employer posted Q3 earnings seven times higher than in 2017.
A former manager handling Target Corp.'s information technology account filed a whistleblower lawsuit against his former employer, Tata Consultancy Services, for allegedly misusing Target's confidential…
If approved, it will cover 14,000 workers across nation, including Iron Range.
About 700 professionals came to inaugural event to network and learn about their specialties and job opportunities.
3M has developed coated granules that can break up some elements of smog.
Still, the state is seeing some growing pains that could impede future expansion.
Contract covers 1,800 USW members working at mines in Minnesota and Michigan.
Labor shortages have forced manufacturers finally to act on raises, more benefits.
Following a key divestiture, 3M Co. will shut the smaller of its two Austin, Texas, facilities by the end of 2019, affecting 120 workers, officials…
Confidence is up, however, despite slowdown of new orders, hiring and deliveries in the nine-state region.
If ratified, deal to affect 1,800 union workers in Minnesota and Michigan.
Known and loved for her pea soup, liver and onions, almond cookies, family dinners, card games and love of parish socials, she was adored for her dry, wry humor.
Minnesota DNR and Mesabi Metallics also will be on hand to answer questions on revival.
As contract negotiations enter third week, the vote is in case the talks fail.
Evolve's 3-D printing technology could help speed up manufacturing.
Lourenco Goncalves fights for mining rights, still hopes to have mineral operations in Nashwauk.
The Swiss firm Mercuria has ties to company that failed earlier and declared bankruptcy.
New owners of controversial project are set to discuss construction plans.
Andersen's new factory and distribution complex will be in greater Phoenix area.
Motions asking for a new trial and to dismiss the conviction are denied.
The Monticello, Minn.-based company is one of the recreational-vehicle company's suppliers.
Cleveland Cliffs accuses state of refusing it mining permit on land it owns.
Mayo will spend $648 million in Phoenix and $144 million in Jacksonville. The expansion will nearly double the size of the Phoenix campus.
Canada remains state's largest trading partner.
New factory promises to add 200 new jobs next year.
Key reports show Minnesota, Midwest and nation all report uptick in orders but caution that tariffs, interest rates could affect business in coming months.
Sprowt Labs hopes its malting machine can expedite the growth of craft brewing at the most micro of levels.
Temporary extension keeps the work going at a mine in Virginia, Minn.
The 300,000-square-foot headquarters is being built on 3M's former campus and will open in July 2019.
Four plants, employing 4,000 workers, will go to North Carolina-based Ply Gem.
At Eco Experience building, state officials make case for recycling as a job creator.
With plants in Faribault and Owatonna, Daikin Applied Americas is making Minnesota home.
Restraining order targets Tom Clarke as Nubai Global deemed mine's likely owner.
Skid-steer maker said it expects slower-than-expected sales growth to continue through 2018.
Little immediate impact is expected from the sale of the hotel company to Shanghai-based Jin Jiang.
The $47M project will help with distribution on the West Coast.
About 100 workers will be laid off from the mattress plant in September, company officials confirmed.
Ownership of Essar Steel site disputed, with claims of fraud and theft.
Two-thirds say the trade tariffs hurt or will hurt their business, according to a widely watched survey.
Ecolab to cut $200 million in SG&A costs by 2021. Unnamed plant closings expected.
91 workers will be laid off after company sells its ag business.
Whistleblower claimed firm supplied defective earplugs to military.
NVent Electric PLC became an independent and publicly traded company after being spun off from Pentair PLC on April 30.
Judge takes arguments under consideration and will issue ruling soon.
The quarterly results were the first posted since Pentair split into two companies effective May 1.
Strong sales of off-road vehicles offset a decline in the company's motorcycle business. And the federal tax cut added about $10 million to the company's bottom line.
The company saw growth across all business units as it topped expectations.
Cleveland Cliffs CEO bullish on future of state's taconite, mining industries.
Shipping along the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway added $1.4 billion and 6,161 jobs to Minnesota's economy last year, according to a yearlong study released Wednesday.The…
State threatens new owner Tom Clark's lease because of unpaid $34,200 bill.
With taconite plants running again, the Iron Range is open for business. Each mining job can lead to three more to support it, the IRRRB says.
Rise in output and prices boosts industry.
VStar, which will remain in Fridley, produces kid-friendly touring shows.
Scott E. Burpee wasn’t too keen on spinach. But he loved peanut butter, English muffin pizzas, orange pop and a good prank. The best days…
After a blockbuster year, trade war could put the brakes on U.S. boating industry.
Bizzy Coffee, already Amazon's No. 1 vendor of cold-brew coffee, is moving to Brooklyn Center and doubling its space as it pushes to expand into restaurants and sports stadiums.
Polaris Industries Inc. has completed its largest acquisition ever, closing on the $805 million deal for pontoon maker Boat Holdings LLC.The move puts Polaris back…
Minnesota, Midwest saw an increase in June, but the rate has slowed.
Medical centers gained motivation to slow the rate of infections in 2014, when the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services started tracking data for hospital-acquired conditions and financially penalized those with the worst numbers.
Employees at top large workplaces say they appreciate extras beyond good pay and benefits.
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