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The dealership also announced that CEO Paul Walser was stepping down.
The move, published on the Bureau of Prisons website, is the latest in a string of transfers for Hecker.
Deal for the firm based in Minnetonka is set to be final by the end of 2017.
3M's new helmets are lightweight while providing increased safety from the dangers of bullets and bomb fragments.
Chris Musso replaces company veteran in a troubled division.
His former bankruptcy attorney said he called and told her he was in a halfway house, but Bureau of Prisons confirms he has not been moved to Minnesota.
Move comes as parent company names new CEO.
The company already makes a military version of its RZR vehicle.
Manufacturers in the central states enjoyed a 10th month of growth in September, despite ingredient price hikes and slowing employment gains, according to the Creighton…
Chippewa Capital Partners has secured bank financing commitments and a large customer for the taconite ore.
Its Minnesota locations are seeing the benefit of the recovery, coinciding with oil's.
The project would have 326 apartment units, offices for Sons of Norway, stores and even an ice rink.
Terms of the deal, expected to close by the end of the year, were not disclosed.
Two electric vehicles made by Polaris Industries that have been outfitted with autonomous-driving software and sensors are headed to Detroit, where they will roll their…
Iron Range rebound buoyed shipping by double digits in August
CEO said expect third-quarter profits could be slightly lower than forecast.
It's the biggest deal H.B. Fuller has ever made, boosting its reach with industrial customers.
Paul Marvin has set an aggressive goal to grow the company's annual sales by an average 10 percent. "It won't be easy," he said.
Minnesota factories do well in August even as growth slows slightly
The Fairbault maker of power supplies has produced a month's work of product in six days.
Mini reviews of 'I Do . . . Until I Don't' and 'Unlocked'
Chippewa Capital Partners needs the time to finalize financing, governor says.
Bankruptcy trustee said some money went to him in prison.
Several Minnesota employers are displaying their recycled wares at the State Fair.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development is the state's agency in charge of driving worker retraining and skills development programs.
Paul Marvin, 43, is the first among the fourth generation of family members to take the helm of the company founded in northern Minnesota 105 years ago.
The company's change to Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. is effective immediately.
3M Co. has appointed Microsoft Chief Financial Officer Amy Hood to its board of directors, company officials announced Monday.The appointment, made official on Sunday, puts…
Miller is one of three former executives indicted on fraud and embezzlement charges.
Considered invasive for personal use, it's now helping factories.
This new sterilization test system takes only 24 minutes to complete, instead of 4 hours
The longtime St. Paul resident, who died of pancreatic cancer, had a final wish — that his family hold no funeral.
The warning covers 2,800 Scrambler vehicles with possible throttle-switch problems that could lead to a crash.
Proto Labs is using new tech that is expected to boost its contract business
Minnesota has canceled $2.1M in project grants.
Pricing, new business and cost cuts drive second quarter results.
Although the growth was at a slower pace than June, factories continue to see strong sales and job increases
The United Taconite site reopening, plus the addition of a new processing facility, helped double profits for the quarter.
Strong global sales and lower taxes helped Graco deliver a record second quarter, officials announced after the market closed Wednesday. The Minneapolis-based maker of industrial…
The company's plans for restructuring remains on track, firm's CEO says.
Divestitures and improved sales helped results
The state funds help companies design programs with colleges to keep up with technology.
Old TDK plant will be renovated to make PEX pipe for booming construction.
Cargill to buy 100 percent of ore processed at Scully mine.
The powersports vehicle company also increased its earnings guidance for rest of year.
Polaris Industries recalled another 26,760 off-road vehicles this week, bringing recall totals over the 400,000 mark in the past two and a half years. The…
Settlement confidential, closes two chapters in this long drama
The acquisition of TransAmerican Auto Parts came with 75 "4 Wheel Parts" stores.
Worker shortages drive employers to take creative approaches to retirement.
Tom Clarke's financing group expected to restart construction after Aug. 31.
Turmoil has surrounded the company since executives were fired nearly two years ago.
Creighton report shows sales and exports rose in June; job growth slowed.
Stratasys' new product could transform the aviation industry now that it has FAA's OK
Imprisoned Minnesota auto mogul Denny Hecker could be released to a residential halfway house as early as July 4th, federal prison officials confirmed this week.
Initiative will train 150,000 ironworkers as the Maplewood manufacturer broadens its safety business.
The full-year profit outlook dimmed slightly, and Apogee shares fell Thursday.
The ammunition maker says demand for its products have fallen sharply since President Trump's election.
Several top companies share something in common, and that is "paying it forward" whenever possible.
At the same time, 3M's board waived the mandatory retirement age for current CEO Inge Thulin.
A free tool co-developed by the St. Paul water filtration and sanitizing company helps other companies meet environmental goals.
Analysts point to its forecasts, acquisitions and the overall health of the markets this year.
Cirrus SR 20 planes headed to Lufthansa in Arizona
Seeking to diversify income, Graco releases a new mixer that allows contractors to prepare multiple bags of pre-blended stucco or mortar.
No injuries were reported; owners should contact dealers for free repair.
One of the largest commercial aquaponics facilities in the world opened on the St. Paul site of the old Schmidt brewery last week.
A division of Apax Partners will buy the unit
Factories in Minnesota, across the Midwest report sixth month of expansion
Across industries in Minnesota, optimism is rising with the economy.
Minnesota's aging workforce has tightened the current job market. If trends continue, by mid-2018, there will be more jobs than people looking for them.
Workers in Minnesota and across the country went on strike this weekend.
Minnesota's largest manufacturers battled a lion's den of challenges last year that shrunk revenue but mostly held onto profits with help from cost-cutting campaigns at nearly half the state's 23 prime producers.
The $1.6 million contract will outfit 6,500 U.S. soldiers.
The $75 million investment in Forbes signals another economic bump for the region.
Ecolab experienced sales growth across most of its businesses, but had higher product costs than expected for the first quarter. Results barely missed analysts' expectations,…
April report also shows Minnesota continuing to grow steadily.
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