A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
Protocol 46 of St. Paul is led by executives with military-intelligence and IT backgrounds.
The unusually long wind-down of the Electrolux factory in St. Cloud has given state and workforce officials a chance to retrain its employees for new jobs.
Beth Lilly, a veteran investment analyst and portfolio manager, from Wall Street to St. Paul, has been hired as chief investment officer for the money-management arm of Pohlad Companies.
Advertising agency Solve humorously showcases frozen pizza ingredients.
Andamio Games is one of too-few Minnesota fledgling science-and-tech companies that has applied for federal funding.
The $36 million headquarters and business center of nearly 100,000 square feet, plus a parking ramp, is part of an unprecedented $100 million-plus development at Plymouth and Penn Avenue N.
The Medical Industry Leadership Institute at the Carlson School of Management is hosting a conference in October, its the second new health/technology conference to play off regional strengths this fall.
Clean energy advocates want Minnesota to accelerate leadership in the growing conservation and renewable-energy sector.
Minneapolis-based UCare is joining the trend of health insurers that provide coupons for healthy choices at the supermarket.
Apple shares are up nearly 40 percent since the launch of the last iPhone. Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson isn't predicting another big jump like that, but he says iPhone sales are likely to be better than other analysts are predicting.
The Mayo Clinic has signed on as a founding partner of the inaugural MANOVA Global Summit.
Labor negotiations continue at U.S. Steel and ArcelorMittal, which have more than 2,000 union workers in Minnesota
Developer Dominion signs on with Habitat to build a house in the Jordan neighborhood, as Habitat's CEO calls for more affordable housing.
Honeywell will maintain a Twin Cities presence after it spins off two businesses into separate firms later this year.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue has reported an uptick in alcohol tax revenue collected during its last fiscal year.
3M wraps 12-story headquarters building in colorful films in a nod to creativity.
Sleep Number executives rang the Opening Bell at Nasdaq on Monday and announced a new program to share their sleep data and products to help kids learn about better sleep.
Meda, the growing counseler and financier to minority-owned businesses, has been recognized as the best business-support organization for the third year in a row.
Tech Dump will be back at the fair's "Eco Experience" exhibit to collect old cellular phones and more.
African American-owned small businesses are fast expanding around the country; owners say the main obstacle is access to capital.