A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
OppSource has raised its first round of outside capital.
The company announces seven sites in the metro area and southern Minnesota that will serve over 1,000 customers.
Pearson Candy Co. is trying to tap into an emerging consumer market by launching its first new product since the Great Depression. The St. Paul-based candy maker unveiled Tuesday its new line of snacking chocolate, called 7th Street Confections, named after the hometown street where it's located. Fans have anticipated the launch since word of a new product line leaked out last November.
General Mills announced Monday it is producing 10,000 boxes of Lucky Charms cereal that only contain marshmallow pieces.
Joyce Brenny started her own trucking company after hitting the glass ceiling at another outfit.
Minnesota-based big banks did not fare that well in the Midwest slice of annual survey of retail customers.
Structural is a software firm that works to keep employees valued, engaged and invested in their work.
Minnesota looks to expand its small-but-growing trade-and-investment role in Africa.
Report by green-shaded organizations says more Fortune 500 companies opting for alternative energy, conservation.
Good performance in a buoyant market has pushed Graco's stock price from $20 per share in early 2009 to $108 recently.
Small business owner optimism hits eight-year high
Mattracks rubber truck tracks gain starring role in Fast & Furious 8 movie
The renovated car dealership was abandoned for nearly a decade.
TCF Financial didn't hesitate when NYSE officials told them weeks ago the TCF stock symbol would be available.
Fresh Energy gathering will examine growth of renewable-source electricity in the Minnesota economy.
Robert Muir, who died this month, was a business mentor and father figure to Doran.
Influential global publication's first female editor will address a luncheon group Tuesday at St. Mary's University's Minneapolis campus.
Hormel Foods cracked the top 10 on Corporate Responsibility Magazine's annual list of the nation's 100 Best Corporate Citizens released Thursday, with eight other Minnesota companies also earning a spot. The list, in its 18th year, ranks public companies based on 260 measures available in public records.
General Mills is committing $2 million over three years to help The Nature Conservancy, the Soil Health Institute and the Soil Health Partnership advance its roadmap.
Richfield-based Sentera, one of several surviving makers of drones and related software for farmers, is gaining altitude.