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Prosecutors start to unleash results of search warrants and computer forensics.
Two Starkey Laboratories IT managers got the surprise of their careers in 2015 when the company's owner ordered them to search co-workers' computers for evidence…
Prosecution lays out fraud case, while defendants' attorneys allege misdeeds by company owner Bill Austin in opening statements.
The businessmen are accused of embezzling a combined $20 million from the company.
It has a sensor that monitors air quality and sends an alert to the homeowner when it is time to make a change.
Cascade expands Ecolab's boiler and HVAC water treatment unit.
IRRRB grants help with business demolition, expansion, energy and job training programs.
Business confidence shot to the highest levels in nearly 7 years despite concerns over NAFTA.
Bankruptcy plan includes payment to contractors from stalled project.
Workers will go to other restaurants in Twin Cities.
One of several expansion projects receiving state aid, the company plans to add equipment and hire 10 workers.
The Brooklyn Center-based coffee chain is now the nation's second-largest, and it's betting on bagels, the Super Bowl and even more stores.
The state's unemployment rate of 3.1 percent is a level not seen since summer of 2000.
The deal, which closed Dec. 15, expands Graco's surface-preparation equipment business.
Firm and feds warn of risks in previously recalled RZR off-road vehicles.
Former CFO could face up to 60 months in prison on conspiracy charge.
About 150 employees will be affected.
Celebration includes discounts, new drink and antler-themed antics.
Maplewood-based multinational company said the U.S. and China will lead the way.
$900M deal is the latest sales transaction for the Twin Cities corporation.
The company bought or leased nearly 3,800 acres near Nashwauk, Minn.
It marks the company's 12th split since becoming a public firm in 1969.
Company spokesman calls lawsuit filed by Jerry Ruzicka 'incredulous.'
New small deals add to the St. Paul company's pest elimination, and sanitizing and food services operations.
Former controller pleaded guilty to stealing $1.1 million to fund car restoration hobby.
The new gift will support STEM and business education and brings 3M's total gift to $26 million.
Lawsuit is focusing on two dental-composite products.
Creighton University report finds orders and exports rise even as deliveries slow.
Complex with nine theaters and bar to open in Woodbury in May
The $96.5M reflects lower production in 2016, the third such decrease.
New owners shift focus to finishing Nashwauk plant, restoring Iron Range jobs.
Deal to close by year end and add 300 workers.
His work included time as a chauffeur and bodyguard to Hubert Humphrey.
Dozens of mechanical failures were reported, including five with fires.
Uptick in Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway iron ore shipments contributed most to numbers.
The need is real, as global water demand is expected to exceed supplies by 2030, the company says.
Polaris Industries has executed a global realignment that eliminated 110 positions, including some in Medina and Plymouth.
Partnership with state will teach production skills.
Minnesota and other states in the region set a healthy pace for growth.
However, company's full-year guidance is narrowed due to the big storms and other factors.
Separate Polaris action affects unknown number of RZR XP4 Turbo vehicles.
As unemployment grows for 55-plus workers, many struggle to restart careers.
A surge in industrial customers pushed results.
Sales from all divisions and geographies grew.
Its latest results easily beat analysts' expectations.
Half of the 300 jobs will be lost.
3M, along with Caterpillar and other industrials, posted strong third quarter earnings, leading the Dow Jones Industrial index to another record.
When Pentair spins off its new electrical division, the Twin Cities will get a new U.S. public company headquarters.The pumps and filtration giant Pentair —…
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.
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