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The company's last quarter before a major spin off showed strong revenue and profit growth.
The convicted former president of Starkey Laboratories and a former business associate filed a flurry of post-trial motions last week asking for a new trial…
It's working across its business groups to develop a long menu of high-tech car products.
Plaintiffs say Polaris "knowingly made defective vehicles" and failed to notify customers quickly of fire hazards.
New orders, trade, production provide big boost for Minnesota factories.
Company will comply with order, recalls more defective recreational vehicles.
Brewer will pay $2.5M to settle battle over mandatory pooling system.
But the unemployment rate dropped to 3.2 percent.
The manufacturer bought a 152,000-square-foot building and already has plans to expand it.
The maker of farm vehicles will hire 20 apprentices with state help.
The company is pairing with Nobel Media for the first Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative in the U.S.
Defendants could get two to 13 years in prison, local legal experts said.
Jerry Ruzicka, the hearing aid company's former president, and W. Jeff Taylor, former president of a Starkey supplier, were found guilty on multiple counts. Two others, Larry Miller and Larry Hagen, were found not guilty.
Government hiring leads growth trends.
COO Michael Roman will replace Inge Thulin in July.
The former auto mogul was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2011 for defrauding Chrysler Financial and other automakers out of millions of dollars.
Several students and campus security officers intervened after hearing a scream, according to reports.
Closing arguments in the contentious trial took all of Friday.
The manufacturers reported to Creighton University an increase in exports, employment and inventories in February.
Closing arguments are expected to begin on Friday.
Order says prosecutors must strike false testimony from record.
"We've said everything that needed to be said," Ruzicka's counsel declares.
The fired executive Scott Nelson said Brandon Sawalich, now the company's president, cost the company millions.
The fired CFO testified that he made alterations to deceive Bill Austin.
Scott Nelson says a key business setup in the case originally was suggested to save owner Bill Austin money.
Bill Austin told of his transformation from modest businessman to billionaire, jetting around the world to help the hearing-impaired poor, and having a mystical experience in Mexico when he says an angel spoke through him.
Austin said defendants hid papers from him.
The Shoreview company has built machines to make rockets and help clean up the worst nuclear disasters.
Austin said he felt betrayed by the company's former president now on trial for embezzlement.
Defendants get a tactical win as Austin's character will become a matter for jurors to consider.
A new device warns homeowners of a water problem — from a faucet drip to a frozen pipe — and it can automatically shut service off to help prevent huge and costly damage.
Minnesota growth a bit slower than the region, but it is still strong.
Honeywell has developed an app called Minneapolis Skyway Maps to help Super Bowl LII visitors.
Move is part of a consolidation of company's U.S. operations.
The company's latest profit was weighed down by tax adjustment and other one-time costs.
Visitors will see familiar names as event sponsors and on special attractions.
Testifying in the fraud trial against two other former executives and their business associates, he also said he came to believe that $2.3 million from a restricted stock sale was also improper.
Strong fourth quarter, tax savings drive optimistic outlook for coming year.
Defense payroll and other company records question Bill Austin's claims.
Confiscated papers show underreported bonuses, theft, FBI prosecutor says.
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.
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