A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
The debate is underway over whether the winners paid too much to lure regional headquarters of go-go Amazon. Organic, retain-and-expand work, including investing in workforce development and infrastructure, works best and most economically.
Revel, a health-tech firm that works for big insurers, has added a couple execs from RedBrick Health, which sold earlier this year to the larger Virgin Pulse of Rhode Island
Sleep Number topped JD Power's mattress satisfaction rankings for third time in four years.
More than 300,000 people losing Medicare Cost plans across 66 counties face a choice between the original Medicare program and newer Advantage plans from private insurers
Free videos produced by state show parents from diverse communities talking about getting kids tested early in life for autism spectrum disorders
The 18-year-old partnership is investing again in cleaner engines on trucks, buses and heavy equipment.
The MHTA annual venture conference covered artificial intelligence and cybersecurity and heard from more than a dozen emerging companies in those fields.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency approved all five low-income projects submitted by CommonBond as part of agency's $87.5 million in tax-credit allocation this year.
The first multiple-project fund has opened to investors interested in investing in depressed-economic areas in exchange for capital-gains tax forbearance.
Polaris partnership with fishing tournament should complement boat business
If consumers find themselves in a Medicare Advantage plan that doesn't include their doctor, they'll have a limited chance next year to pick again.
The Eagan-based airline released Tuesday a time-lapse video of its first aircraft to receive the new exterior paint scheme -- known as a livery.
The ice cream maker known for supporting social justice causes releases "Pecan Resist," which commemorates four organizations including Honor the Earth, an indigenous environmental group.
Among the tasks in picking a new Medicare health plan is studying the network of doctors and hospitals.
Minnesota lost a public company on Monday and rumors surfaced Thursday another maybe acquired as three fourths of Minnesota's public companies lost value this week.
Sleep Number shares soared Thursday after releasing third quarter results late Wednesday that showed impressive sales orders for the full lineup of 360 Smart Beds.
LGBTQ "enterprise resource groups" from 30-plus companies and others will gather to learn more about diversity-and-inclusion issues.
Several women business owners will be recognized Tuesday for their accomplishments, 30 years after landmark legislation.
Plymouth-based SpineThera is developing a long-acting, non-opioid treatment for low back pain
It wasn't just the year-round great weather. The pacemaker inventor and Medtronic founder had another idea up his sleeve: to learn more about the "human side to healing."