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That's up from 17th a year ago and well above the average satisfaction rating, a market research firm found.
Chocolate peanut butter Cheerios, fast start for Oui yogurt, new ads should lift General Mills, execs say
But General Mills missed the profit expectations of investment analysts, and the company's stock fell 5.8 percent.
The merged company will be called Konik PrimeStaff.
Despite the monthly job drop, and a downward revision to the July jobs total, the state's year over year job growth continues to edge the nation's.
Some Twin Cities tech leaders say the state's economic future shouldn't be handcuffed by homegrown companies Target and Best Buy.
It's the latest divestiture as company narrows its focus to agriculture, food.
It's the biggest deal H.B. Fuller has ever made, boosting its reach with industrial customers.
The deal is the newest step in C.H. Robinson's international expansion.
Hormel's latest profit was squeezed as commodity prices rose more quickly than it could pass them on.
Minnesota employers added 7,700 jobs in July, faster than the average rate over the past year and above the national growth rate for the second…
Fontanini grew from a single store into national pizza restaurant supplier.
Leadpages co-founder Clay Collins will hand his job as chief executive to John Tedesco, a veteran of the Twin Cities tech scene who has served…
Slipping profits and high wing costs mean an end in the next few weeks for the discounts, in place for 30 years.
The clients of its financial advisers poured money into the market this spring.
Executives give an upbeat outlook, say changes to auto-finance strategy are paying off.
The added jobs came at a slower-than-average pace over the past year but a partial recovery from a drop-off in May.
Company took big strides in the second quarter, CEO Andy Cecere's debut.
The rollout of Tesla's more-affordable sedan is a turning point for electric vehicles, analyst says.
New strategy launched after activists got seats on restaurant firm's board.
For the second time this year, the Minneapolis Fed president was the only member to vote to hold rates in place.
Investors see grocery companies pressured by Amazon's biggest foray into brick-and-mortar yet.
The state lost 7,200 jobs last month after enjoying a big jump in April.
Since January, the Minneapolis Fed leader has repeatedly pointed to low inflation as one reason to keep interest rates steady.
The winner of Friday's shareholder vote will face greater difficulty maintaining profits, Wedbush Securities says.
Not since investor William Ackman angled for strategic control of Target Corp. in 2009 has the fate of a large, high-profile Minnesota company come down to a such a pivotal vote.
The effects of poverty and inequality are becoming important to the Fed's assessment of job data.
Dozens of leading researchers are in Minneapolis to identify ways the central bank can assist their work.
The gain brought the state closer to the national rate of job growth.
Two Fed leaders say their research shows optimism but not much investment.
Cintas will begin the downsizing at G&K's headquarters in July and finish next year.
The company's stock performance looks different depending the firms used for comparison.
He succeeds Tony Hunter, a consultant and former chief executive of the Chicago Tribune.
Intact Financial Corp. takes a bigger step into the U.S. market with the deal.
Tensions over the direction of the company rise in run-up to the June 2 annual meeting.
A June 2 meeting could decide if there will be a change in the company's leadership.
A major investor in Buffalo Wild Wings says longtime CEO Sally Smith has to go
The company's new CEO began his first full day on the job with an earnings beat.
As the home improvement sector flourishes, Tile Shop's profit jumped 19 percent.
Hugh Sawyer will focus on shift to more franchisee ownership.
It's buying a California-based cooperative for $375 million.
He says JPMorgan CEO is wrong to believe the "too- big-to-fail" issue is solved.
FICTION: An author living in North Korea wrote still relevant short stories in 1980s and '90s.
Activist investor Marcato Capital takes another shot at the chain despite the hiring of Cypress Group.
One candidate nominated has been backed by the activist investor critical of the chain.
Unemployment rate is 4 percent for the seventh straight month.
The company sees seventh straight quarterly drop, but it has maintained profits by cutting costs.
Steady, quiet No. 2 at the Minneapolis Fed is retiring after 41 years.
Inflation and job targets haven't been met for rate hike, Minneapolis Fed chief asserts.
Large group is siding with the company in a dispute with an activist investor.
The state's unemployment rate was 4 percent.
Businesses want to order products the way consumers do, giving new life to longtime Minnesota company FPX.
The stock dipped 11 percent at the for-profit education firm as fourth-quarter profits dropped.
The move, sought by an activist investor, comes as its latest results missed expectations.
The chief of the Minneapolis Fed cited key economic measures for his decision to hold tight.
The activist investor who bought a sizable stake in Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. last year on Monday nominated four candidates to the company's board of…
Two Men-In-Black type characters show Brett Favre video evidence of a force taking control of his passes in midair.
The company's net profit rose 12 percent though its asset management unit felt pressure from U.S. investors and Brexit.
TCF Financial Corp. will close branches in 10 Cub Food stores on April 14, leaving them with ATMs amid a decline in demand for full-service…
Interest income grew solidly and the company added to its deposit base.
The U.S. Bancorp CEO says there is "a new game afoot" in the country.
Brazilian newspaper says French retail giant Carrefour has him on a list of potential CEOs.
Strong finish to the state's market in 2016 isn't expected to remain in the near future
HomeServices of America Inc. said it acquired Houlihan Lawrence, a brokerage in the northern suburbs of New York City.
The Minneapolis banking company announced a marginal jump in net profit and reduced pace of revenue growth in the fourth quarter.
Richard Davis, who led U.S. Bancorp through the economic downturn and shaped it into the nation's best-performing large bank by financial measures, will step down as chief executive in April, the company said today.
The stocks of Minnesota companies performed better than the broader market in 2016, a turnaround from 2015 when most were a disappointment for investors. Major…
The airline cites challenges to overcome in the smaller Cuban cities it was assigned.
A $2.1 billion order for 787s was placed by Northwest Airlines in 2006 before the airlines merged.
Fast-growing pizza chain eyes market at same time as Dunkin' and Tim Hortons.
As he is about to get a vote, Minneapolis Fed chief joins the fray over how to proceed.
The unemployment rate in the state fell to 3.8 percent, compared with 4.6 percent in the country as a whole.
As winter comes on, a spicy soup with soft tofu is comfort food for Koreans — and a treat for everyone else, too.
The deal gives Perforce a deeper reach in application lifecycle management.
Thousands at MSP will benefit as move comes after a big raise and profit-sharing this year.
Minnetonka company says no to St. Louis firm for second time.
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