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The company’s CFO will move to the top post.
It will offer $1.25 million in back pay and 171 jobs to people in Atlanta and Indianapolis.
The company, focusing on core businesses, also selling French sign and license plate fabricator.
RZR 900 and RZR 1000 models because of fire risk in vent lines.
New Arctic Cat CEO Chris Metz is working to raise the company’s profile with product launches, new ads and more visibility in the industry.
A lawsuit filed Friday alleges that Starkey Laboratories CEO Bill Austin fired President Jerry Ruzicka and seven other employees earlier this month in retaliation for Ruzicka’s refusal to promote Austin’s stepson
Company notified city Friday of the downsizing.
As debt repayment talks continue with the state, Essar Steel Minnesota this week is touting the better-than-predicted progress made in Nashwauk, the site of a…
The struggling company will take up to $160 million in charges for major restructuring plan
The United Steelworkers union and Cliffs Natural Resources agreed to extend their labor contract for 30 days so bargaining talks can continue. The original contract,…
Negotiations continue after the company’s deadline miss.
Changes include exiting its non-European tape business and ends its TDK agreement.
The company told the state and union that industry conditions have not improved.
Proto Labs Inc. is buying select assets of German manufacturer Alphaform AG, in a move that greatly extends its prototyping reach into Germany, Finland and…
The company’s North American revenue dropped in the third quarter, and its earnings fell short of expectations.
Ideal System Solutions gets stake in $20 billion deal, largest award for a Hispanic woman-owned firm.
Apogee posts mixed quarter, says some construction projects pushed into next year.
The union-backed pickets have community members taking sides.
Jerry Ruzicka’s attorney seeks ‘prompt resolution’; two executive assistants also among those fired in company shake-up
The 41-unit building will help house workers at Polaris and other companies.
The world’s fifth-largest hearing aid maker and the largest in the U.S. has apparently ousted four of its senior executives in a major shake-up at one of Minnesota’s biggest private companies.
The company will move from Plymouth to the North Loop in summer 2016.
Acquisition lets the Otter Tail subsidiary expand into Georgia
Excluding restructuring costs, the company’s profit beat expectations.
Contracts with U.S. Steel and ArcelorMittal affecting more than 2,000 Iron Range workers expired Tuesday.
Creighton University index shows central Midwest declined as a whole.
The acquisition is the latest in a string of purchases giving ABRA a national footprint.
2nd-quarter shipments to Minnesota’s northern neighbor were down 21 percent
On Tuesday, labor contracts expire for 30,000 American steelworkers — including 2,300 on Minnesota’s Iron Range, an area recently stung by 1,400 layoffs and some of the worst industry conditions in decades.
However, the stock price drops $3.09 on the results.
3M Co. has completed its $1 billion purchase of Polypore’s Separations Media business and as a result lowered its earnings guidance for the year. The…
Sales are down because of loss of some of Lowe’s business and currency woes.
State pollution fighters hope to bring awareness to the problem of the plastic bag.
State, federal officials work together so training programs can continue.
The beleaguered data storage and security firm Imation tapped one new outside board member and turn around specialist to become interim president, and another new board member to the post of chairman, the company announced late Wednesday after the market closed.
The strong performance come as Toro solidifies its leadership team by promoting Richard Olson to president and COO.
Expanded hub on Maplewood campus will be four times its current size.
Purchase of fastener maker helps Pentair expand outside of struggling oil and gas market.
It's selling RDX Storage back to the company that licensed it originally.
The company is paying $40 million for Swisher Hygiene’s U.S. operations.
The Minneapolis company expands offerings in a down time for the sector.
Albert “Al” Singleton ran like the wind, cooked up a storm and coached with his heart, all while straight-talking so softly that kids leaned in…
Suit and countersuit involved claims of ATV patent infringement.
Local manufacturing held strong in July as many Midwest states experienced a slowdown.
The maker of 3-D printers withdrew its full-year forecast; stock fell 10.5%.
While successes in the 3-D printing of human tissues and transplantable organs are still far away, Stratasys and other industrial companies have made headway introducing 3-D printing technology into the medical realm.
All 400 workers should be returning to Mountain Iron plant over next two weeks.
The Golden Valley maker of cleaning machines cut its forecast for the year.
Foreign currency translations hurt growth across all business units.
While Polaris continues to grow, Arctic Cat is struggling.
Proceeds of a mandatory sale of its liquid finishing business led to the gains.
Polaris motorcycle sales soar, but international sales were pinched by strong U.S. dollar.
Inventory levels are too high at dealerships, but executives said the firm’s long-range plan is on track.
Citing market slowdown, executives lowered their outlook for rest of the year.
The agency said the company, after being fined $1.77 million in January, failed to report another injury in March.
No reason was given for why Leland Hein stepped down after 7 months in the role.
250 Sappi Fine Paper workers will be affected.
The purchase expands Donaldson’s business to a fourth country in South America.
Despite challenges, Fastenal’s 2Q earnings grew 7.5 percent
The win will help the show continue to grow and expand
Mark Lucas’ seat was one of three lost to the Clinton Group.
Bargaining could be tough in industry beset by problems.
Capital equipment purchases for small businesses are now tax-exempt.
The sale will help pay for a purchase of a company that doubled its animal health operations.
Signs are good for more growth in the fourth quarter.
The activist investor is encouraging more acquisitions.
The deal gives Brooklyn Park-based company more than 20 more stores.
Missed expectations will affect 2015 forecast.
Building resurgence buoys the Bloomington glassmaker.
Capital Safety makes harnesses and other safety equipment used on construction sites and other hazardous settings.
Deal making by Minnesota companies quickened this year, with three of the state’s biggest companies involved in $1 billion transactions over the last nine days alone.
The Minnesota company will spend $25M on the addition to a business it bought last year.
Animal Health International is a lower-margin business offers high growth opportunity for the Mendota Heights company.
The company that makes machines that crank out credit cards is on the fast track for growth
Workers flock to three game rooms at lunch, regularly host charity auctions and have even formed teams to stay up all night building websites for charities.
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