A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
The 185-unit complex, with a development-construction price tag of $48 million, will include nine "affordable" units.
Real estate adviser and community leader Russ Nelson, at a reception marking his retirement, tells guests just the kind of volunteer assignment that could attract his attention when he's ready to take one on.
Kelly Grier, who grew up in central Minnesota, will oversee the 71,500-employee, 31-country Americas business of EY from New York City.
Expanding MEDA has been recognized for two years by federal agency as it helps counsel and finance more fledgling enterprises.
Patterson Cos. brought 15 employees to help ring Nadaq's Opening Bell Tuesday to commemorate their 25 years as a public company.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, a former corporate marketer and small business owner, sees Minnesota companies cutting energy, garbage and greenhouse gasses, as they grow.
The accounting firm that employs 800 in Downtown Minneapolis is adding interns from area colleges, with an eye to developing more minority accountants.
Polaris rolls its 1 millionth Ranger recreational vehicle off the factory floor.
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce hails Minnesota workers and innovation, but says in latest study that things would be better with tax-and-immigration reforms.
Big Thrill Factory, the two-site locale for bowling, bumper cars, video and other games, is growing and getting accolades.
Medtronic quarterly earnings beat Wall Street expectations, despite storms and wildfires
Guillaume Lacrois addresses the French American Chamber of Commerce of Minnesota
Tech association CEO says industry is delivering vital technology for customers and communities.
The Brooklyn Center-based coffee company will supply 50,000 cups of the hot brew to chilled volunteers during the 10-day festivities leading up to the Super Bowl in February.
The PeopleNet mobile solutions and Minnetonka campus have grown since the 2011 Trimble acquision.
Delta Air Lines is the last U.S. carrier flying the famed Boeing 747 aircraft, but not for much longer. The airline announced it will bring the jumbo jet through MSP for its farewell tour Dec. 20.
Plymouth medical device company announces study of drug-coated balloon treatment.
U.S. Bank is the latest company to work with Xcel Energy to generate more juice from wind-and-solar power.
Medtronic has already launched a larger trial of its Intrepid mitral valve
Fastenal rang the Opening Bell Monday to celebrate its 50 years as a company and 30 years on Nasdaq.