A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
Minnesota won a public company headquarters late last year when Vista Outdoor moved from Utah to Minnesota.
Starkey's convicted former president Jerry Ruzicka files appeal. Heads to jail July 8.
Andy Redleaf, 61, a founder of alternative-investment firm Whitebox Advisors, had more winners than losers over 20 years.
Jonathan Jensen, a Wells Fargo veteran, will manager Chase Bank's several-branch Twin Cities entry.
Big banks in Minnesota and elsewhere, while still less popular than before the financial crisis of 2007-09, are upticking with consumers recently, largely due to innovations in popular digital banking by computer and phone.
Jay Schrankler, who accelerated technology transfer and revenues is heading to the University of Chicago to integrate its global entrepreneurship and scientific initiatives.
The youngest fraternal benefit organization was formed in 1965, the leader of trade group representing those organizations hopes to found one more before he retires.
Minneapolis-based Agosto has raised $6.5 million in debt financing.
Jeff Harmening, chief executive of General Mills, has been appointed chairman of the board for the nation's largest and most influential trade group for consumer-packaged food companies.
St. Francis Medical Center is the latest hospital to report depressed patient volumes in the first quarter.
FDA clears Medtronic system for His bundle pacing, opening up a new way to pace the heart that maintains a more natural heart beat
Minneapolis-based Meda paid out $1.45 million to small-business award winners who have gone on to raise additional capital and expand their businesses.
Sezzle, a fintech firm that offers a zero-interest, layaway plan through retailers, is raising expansion capital.
Veterans could be a primary beneficiary of an app that interrupts traumatic nightmares.
Habitat for Humanity, thanks partly to a growing partnership with Bremer Bank, will help 100-plus working-class families, primarily minorities, into Twin Cities homes this year
The service announced this week is Xcel's latest collaboration with Google.
FDA urges continued vigilance following cybersecurity alert from Microsoft
Neel Kashkari, president of the Minneapolis Fed, hosted Esther George, who leads the Kansas City Fed and takes a different view on rate movement, for lunch with 300 others. It went fine.
Minnesota's Alexandria Industries expands, adds workers and 19,000 square feet to aluminum extrusion plant
All Energy Solar, the 10-year-old, 135-employee solar installer, plans to equip 1,000 buildings this year with solar arrays.