A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
Lawsuit includes excerpts from executives policing anticompetitive agreements
The Environmental Impact Statement for the Line 3 project was amended after Minnesota utility regulators asked for clarifications in December.
Minneapolis-based Cuningham Group designed the Alpensia Resort in South Korea, originally commissioned by South Korea in hopes of winning the 2014 Olympic games.
Caleres will consolidate a Bloomington marketing-and-merchandising office of Allen Edmonds into its St. Louis headquarters operation.
Toro's investment in Boston-based drone company means they can remotely monitor turf and soil conditions from above and below the ground.
While national solar employment fell for the first time since at least 2010, Minnesota was a bright spot due to the build out of its solar garden program.
The medical device company is adding 30,000 square feet to its manufacturing facility and expects to hire about 50 more people.
The former UnitedHealth Group executive wants to promote grassroots advocacy for health system improvements.
Several local companies will have Super Bowl commercials tonight.
Medtronic, Philips team up to improve monitoring of lung-cancer patients
Marquette Asset Management was sold to UMB of Kansas City as part of the sale of remaining Pohlad family banking assets.
The Otto Bremer Trust invested $1.2 million to help Meda increase minority lending in the Twin Cities.
MDI, which employs workers with disabilities that are nearly half of its workforce, has added a new capacity at its Minneapolis facility.
Taft, who built up RBC Wealth Management's ranks of financial advisors and assets, is tasked with doing the same for Baird.
Traveling for the Super Bowl or just too wired for the big game? Here are some sleep tips for the week
Sleep expert Pete Bils expects people to cheat their sleep Super Bowl week but offers good tips for travelers.
MN Supplier Match will try to connects companies and boost local economies by tapping state's robust supply chain networks
Wings, a member-owned credit union that is larger than most Minnesota commercial banks, will buy a few Klein branches
Med Express and North Memorial haven't seen all the growth they imagined in Minnesota.
The Minneapolis "life-settlement" company is raising capital to expand its business of buying life insurance policies at a discount.
Dick's Sporting Goods stores will extend hours to sell NFC Championship gear if Vikings win on Sunday