A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
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.
Robert Frank lectured at the University of St. Thomas on why luck plays a bigger role than believed in economic success.
Gerbaud, a former Polaris Industries manager in charge of international trade, takes over the state agency responsible for fostering about $19 billion worth of exports a year.
Gov. Mark Dayton on Monday announced the re-appointment of Pete Benner and Phil Norrgard to their current seats on the board of directors at the state's MNsure exchange.
Minnesota Power built the 10-megawatt solar plant for the base near Little Falls.
Rocket55 acquired Skogrand PR Solutions to expand their services.
Jane Yuen-Lin Mahowald's painting outfit raises debt from individual financier.
Minneapolis-based RBC Wealth Management will host a City National Bank office.
The advertising agency reconfirms its commitment to accountability.
A few small Minneapolis brewers have joined the solar-power crowd.
The Toro Co. partners with marine wildlife muralist and conservationist, Wyland, on water conservation issues.
Minnesota ranked highly in growth of female-owned businesses.
Minnesota added 2,226 high-paying technology jobs in 2016
Senators Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar are among 46 U.S. Senate Democrats who have signed a letter asking President Donald Trump to veto a Congressional resolution that repeals new internet privacy rules.
Meda, the 45-year minority business counselor and financier, will move into office space in the under-construction Thor Companies headquarters that will open in north Minneapolis in 2018.
Traci and Lori Tapani recognized for training youth and women in manufacturing by National Association of Workforce Boards.