A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
A "master class" for small businesses will be held July 27 in Minneapolis that will feature successful entrepreneurs and finance and strategy experts, sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and MetLife.
The state-supported research-and-marketing agency seeks to develop new products and markets for Minnesota crops.
The former Minneapolis employees of Arthur Andersen raised $1.5 million to build the $4.57 million wellness center at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
The St. Paul-based organization assists fledgling and expanding small businesses in Ramsey and several other counties.
Lutheran Social Service will focus on improved personal financial health in North Minneapolis and St. Paul's east side.
Lyle Berman still owns more than 9 percent of Golden Entertainment which announced a deal Monday to acquire four casinos for $850 million.
Cookie Cart breaking ground June 29 on $3 million renovation of old grocery store site on Payne Avenue in St. Paul
All Over Media, Innovative Office Solutions and Bellissio Foods are among the winners of the 31-year EY entrepreneur awards.
Cargill, through its foundation already the single-largest corporate support of struggling Minneapolis schools, will invest $4 million over three years in academic-enrichment and career-readiness initiatives.
Catholic Charities has raised enough from private-public partners to complete big St. Paul project in 2019.
Minnesota farm, manufacturing and mining exports rise, despite trade dip with Canada.
A delivery delay threatened a grand opening at the Minnesota Children's Museum until C.H. Robinson solved some complicated logistics.
The device for broken jaws, approved by U.S. FDA, is designed to improve recovery, safety, and do so more economically.
The Minnesota Museum of American Art will build a $12.5 million home inside the historic Pioneer Endicott complex.
Andrew Borene, a former Macalester College football player and Marine officer, wrestled an assailant to the ground on a Washington-area highway in March.
Uponor, the Finland-based plumbing-system manufacturer, is expanding for the 10th time in Apple Valley since it arrived in 1990.
Minnesota's largest food bank wholesaler will assume the administrative tasks as the micro-farm work expands through MFA's Big River Farms near Marine on St. Croix
The fast-growing Chicago-based firm positions itself as an alternative to the huge "Big Four."
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.