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The contribution to its corporate foundation and positive economic predictions are because of the new tax law.
The Eden Prairie-based firm is working with partners on new venture.
Earnings up 33 percent for Winona-based distributor of industrial equipment.
Telling clients' stories through the ads has proved effective for the company, officials said.
Tech shares made much of the difference in big year.
Epoch Lacrosse selected player and product engineer Emily Plahn to help design its first women's lacrosse head.
DPW Holdings could add more shares in the future.
Bloomington complex bought by real estate firm in Portland, Ore.
Micheal Lane aims to help execute a long-term growth plan and groom the next generation.
After becoming CEO in November 2016, Snee saw his total compensation rise 40.3 percent compared with the previous year.
London-based PrimeStone says in filing that it has talked with both companies about combining.
Bloomington firm's earnings up almost 16 percent and sales grew by about 5 percent.
Chad Abraham will assume the CEO position on Jan. 1
MGC Diagnostics had been exploring strategic alternatives since January.
Donaldson Co. Inc. reported a solid start to its new fiscal year, with profits up 5 percent and revenue up 17 percent during the company’s…
Paul Belvedere was born in 1930 on the recovery bed of his uncle’s small town dental office in Hobart, Ind. He was destined to join…
Critics say Trump administration is shaming employers, not reforming immigration system.
Sales declined 2.3 percent, and earnings dropped more than 10 percent.
Many would see steep cuts in rate, but it's unclear how they would spend cash.
CEO Chris Killingstad said integration of IPC operations is going well.
Company founder and former CEO Robert Rucker has stepped in as interim CEO while the company searches for a new leader.
The appointment ends an unexpected transition at the supplier of dental and animal health products.
Minnesota's biggest companies would see billions in relief – but what about workers?
Michael Happe is leading a resurgence of one of the most famous names in the recreation vehicle industry.
The company, which will become Sleep Number on Nov. 1, reported a 9.4 percent increase in sales.
Despite hit from storms, growth was at its fastest clip in nearly three years.
The move makes the Beautiful Group the Edina company's largest franchisee.
Company reported adjusted net income for the quarter was up.
That was an increase from the $1.3 million he took home the previous fiscal year.
Eden Prairie's C.H. Robinson launches a new supply-chain visibility platform that gives customers a better view of global shipments as they move closer to their destinations.
Semiretired financial analyst brought his life work with him on his new adventure.
Friday's closing of $13.63 was up 43.5 percent from the initial offering price.
Lionstone Investments manages $6B in assets.
Judge dismisses two claims in lawsuit against TCF, upholds consumer protection charges on overdraft fees
A U.S. district judge narrowed the scope of the case, dismissing counts regarding disclosures around electronic transfers but upholding claims of deceptive practices surrounding overdraft fees.
The purchase for subsidiary U.S. Water expands its water treatment business.
Fourth quarter results boosted the fiscal year outcomes.
New CEO Hugh Sawyer received $585,000 sign-on bonus and will make $950,000 in base salary.
President, CEO Rick Olson will be chairman Nov. 3.
Together with fellow local company Rollerblade Inc., First Team Sports popularized the in-line skating industry in the 1980s and 1990s.
Truckers must install a new tracking device by December. One20 and C.H. Robinson have paired up to make it easier.
15,000 square feet includes offices connected by skyway to original space.
The Plymouth-based company hopes to raise $15 million through an IPO.
Net income was up more than 22 percent and beat analysts' expectations.
The company continued to struggle on the sales front in its first quarter of fiscal 2018.
Ronald Blue is one of the largest fee-only wealth-management firms in the country.
Costs associated with an acquisition and a restructuring affected earnings.
Mark Henneman, currently chief investment officer, will be Theobald's successor.
Company sells more shares than expected in its initial public offering of stock but at the low end of its offering range.
Profits squeezed by higher expenses, firm's CEO says.
Delayed order shifted sales into third quarter.
Annual Star Tribune executive compensation report: Stock gains, severance payouts contribute to salary increases.
Onsite sales and service locations helped drive its best results since 2014.
State companies were paced by smaller players like Tactile Systems, Graco.
Some analysts question whether a merger with Tempur Sealy would be a good fit.
CEO says spike in raw materials costs plus timing of price increases impacted the adhesives company's results.
The company, with roots at the University of Minnesota, is seeking to raise $50 million.
The change will unify the company's identity.
Minnesota now has 18 companies on the list.
The chief investor will be replaced by David Royal.
The shake-up comes after the company posted a second annual decline in profit.
The acquisition by Sherwin-Williams should close Thursday.
Company aiming for "strategic alternatives" to mall salons.
Lee Urness was destined to follow his father, Douglas County Sheriff Howard Urness, and his grandfather and great-grandfathers before him, into a law enforcement career.With…
Paul Busch, the organization's president, will fill her role.
Bloomington-based company raises guidance for rest of the year.
Three decades of declining interest rates making debt financing more attractive, increased access to private equity dollars, robust mergers plus acquisition activity have all contributed…
ASV Holdings Inc. did not raise as much money as expected Friday after it priced its initial public offering of stock at $7 per share.
Joly has generally been rewarded for achieving goals in the company's Renew Blue long-term strategic plan.
The Edina-based company's stock is trading at its lowest point in nine years after posting another quarterly loss and declining revenue figure.
It beat projections with its first-quarter performance.
CEO Mike Lindell says a delayed advertising campaign has contributed to inventory glut.
President says bank is in "seventh inning" of auto finance business changes.
Upsher-Smith may add jobs after the transaction.
The results handily beat analysts' expectations.
The company saw a more than 6 percent increase in both sales and earnings.
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