A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
The 27-year-old Mendota Heights firm sold to an industry consolidator, Pilot Freight Systems.
LDI ends U.S. "Gratitude" tour, serves 2,000 and gives away roughly $1 million to celebrate 100th anniversary.
The Minneapolis advertising agency has made a new ice cream as well as embraced a new image.
About 25 Twin Cities restaurateurs raised $25,000 in the first fundraiser for immigrant detainee service on Arizona border.
Blacks in Technology will hold its inaugural conference in the Twin Cities in the fall in conjunction with Twin Cities Startup Week
3M kits will help USDA test food for listeria, E.coli and Salmonella
Marsh has been consolidating independent agencies in building an agency business that serves middle-market commercial customers.
The Chicago-based food giant purchased the popular popcorn snack company in September and quietly moved the headquarters out of Minnesota.
The 12th Annual Veteran's Career Fair is July 18 in Brooklyn Park
Minnesota skid steer maker, ASV, signs major sales agreement with large Australian rental chain.
Rick Brimacomb, the veteran emerging-business advisor, is adding a fund to his toolkit.
Food giant Schwan's adds workers to newly upgraded plant in Kentucky
Twin Cities Habitat has been granted $25 million in low-cost financing that will help it expand its mission.
The annual reconstitution of the Russell US equity indexes puts Supervalu, a Fortune 500 company with $14.2 billion in revenue but a market cap or $815 million, in the Microcap Index.
George Pillsbury, the late businessman-legislator, believed employees should be also be owners of their companies.
The Minnesota officials who oversee state investments expressed concern about a portfolio company bankruptcy, although fund returns have been strong for years.
Uponor North America starts producing PEX pipe in Hutchinson - the firm's 11th expansion in North America.
Several Minnesota businesses make global list for doing good
The state posted one of the largest gains nationally in new solar power capacity during the first quarter, according to a new report.
South Korean and Thai food giants are said to be in a bidding competition for Schwan's Co.