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New owners seek buyers for grocery chains, including Cub Foods.
Analysts expressed concerns with the company's expenses.
The beta test is done, the app is out and now it’s time to scale. Susan Langer’s Red Wing-based startup Live Give Save has reached…
September employment numbers signal a job market near a peak.
Customer usage accelerates as U.S. Bank rolls out more services online and via apps.
The change comes as Thrivent continues trying to expand its membership base.
Identifying and nurturing local talent in tech, innovation becoming key in all industries.
The initiative, apparently unique among U.S. technology conferences, reflects the extreme need for tech workers in the Twin Cities.
They thought they were fired. The company said they weren't. A union helped them protest. They went back to work.
Some believe Twin Cities Startup Week could morph into something beyond a chatfest for entrepreneurs and investors.
Leader of all-Muslim cleaning crew said they took a prayer break when they had no planes to clean.
Its trading business saw an increase, but other units came under pressure this summer.
The business provides ATM-related services to other banks and credit unions.
Sunny and Pauline Kwan have been rising early to make Chinese treats for 35 years. Now, it's their daughter's turn.
Employers are seeking ways to expand hiring pool amid surging economy.
Tight labor market helps median pay of vacancies inch closer to $15 an hour.
NONFICTION: Reporters unravel schemes of financier at heart of Malaysian scandal.
The latest numbers suggest again that hiring is getting more difficult and the state is near full employment.
Small-dollar lending puts it in closer competition with payday lenders.
The company will also appoint its first chief digital officer.
The deal will allow Elavon to integrate payment processing into software developed by ETS, the companies said.
Old Control Data plant, now SkyWater Technology, takes a key role in getting the chip industry past the limits of tininess.
Nordquist most recently was in charge of the company's personal and small business insurance unit.
The airline was canceling the planned routes and had already contacted ticketed passengers to make refunds.
A contest for high school and college students has as prizes an internship at the bank and two tickets to the show.
Supervalu Inc. shareholders have approved a reorganization of the food distribution firm that is designed to make it easier to sell its retail operations.The decision…
May-to-July period was one of best for hiring that Minn. has seen since 1990.
At investment conference, executives discuss growth plans as fund managers contend with fee pressure
The CFA Society's annual gathering captured economic optimism and industry worry.
Executives are exploring deals after Supreme Court opened door for betting in more states.
Most of Minnesota's biggest companies have doubled, and in some cases more than tripled, their profit growth this year.
Other for-profit educators sold because they were withering, but these firms were thriving.
Capella's new enrollment climbed at its fastest pace in eight years.
The move helps to ease uncertainty at Supervalu, allowing sale to proceed.
Recent legal settlement dented bottom line.
The company racked up billions in debt, and a downturn soon followed
The company beat analysts' expectations as investment flows remained strong.
The bank broke no rules but acknowledged it may have confused customers.
The state's unemployment rate held steady at 3.1 percent.
Executives upbeat though also wary of anything that might signal a recession.
Minneapolis Fed president wades deeper into debate over the bond yield curve.
With vote looming, firm shares details of activist investor's demands.
Minneapolis attorney Teague Orgeman recognized an opportunity in the global soccer community.
Company says falling demand for home mortgages is to blame.
The U.S. economy needs more workers for healthy growth, the Fed chief says.
Minnesota's biggest financial-services firms continue to outperform most of their peers around the country.
The state is only a few thousand jobs away from its record low rate of unemployment.
Workers, manufacturing plant of Brooklyn Center company to stay in place.
State raises its export and investment promotion to five countries and two regions from three previously.
It creates more risks for corporate investors but also greater rewards.
The deal marks the first foray into the boating industry by Plymouth-based Polaris, which makes all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and motorcycles.
A battle for the direction of Supervalu will go to investors for a vote.
Demographics and technology are changing a business that's long been dominated by small entrepreneurs.
WeWork is announcing an initiative with Beta.MN, a nonprofit organization that promotes and supports local tech firms.
Securian Financial and Polaris rise on the magazine's annual ranking of U.S. companies by revenue.
Hiring in state slowed sharply this year amid tight supply of workers.
The deal puts the Eden Prairie-based Logic PD in a group of other service providers to big manufacturers.
Beyond the numbers from big public companies, accountants and lawyers say the new law will have even more profound effects on smaller firms.
Researcher says efforts to eliminate employer biases may be backfiring.
Higher interest rates and lower taxes, shift away from auto lending all give a lift to TCF.
With unemployment at 3.2 percent, the state's employers are constrained for workers.
Quarter profits saw a 13 percent increase, but stock prices fell a bit over spending anxiety.
Inspire Brands Inc. will cut 132 jobs at Buffalo Wild Wings' corporate office in Golden Valley starting in May, the company told state economic officials Wednesday.
The twice-yearly report showed slightly fewer openings for part-time work.
The exclusion of housing costs, which are lower here than other big U.S. cities, makes a difference, too.
Sales were up after struggling recently, but higher expenses squeezed earnings significantly.
The Economist magazine says only New York and Los Angeles are more expensive.
People with savings and investments are feeling less financial stress.
The St. Paul company joins a growing list of businesses to cut ties since the Feb. 14 Parkland, Fla., mass shooting.
After Pillsbury, it's the second-biggest deal General Mills has ever made.
Former Cargill executive becomes first woman to lead Thrivent's board.
Inspire CEO Paul Brown says Buffalo Wild Wings will remain distinct from Arby's.
Our reporter tells all on being Minnesota Nice in the skyways.
Its stadium name is the base for U.S. Bank's marketing push
The $2.9B deal will close on Monday or Tuesday.
Estimates of the economic impact — money that is added to the region that wouldn't be here otherwise — range from $220 million to $340 million.
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