The company plans to have 65 percent of revenue from U.S.-made products by 2017.
Analyst sees more risk at General Mills as its market share falls and the possibility of costly acquisitions rises.
The electronics retailer also lowered its profit expectations for the summer.
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The sale of a pharmaceutical benefit manager business helped fuel growth 20 years ago. And that old PBM is now owned by a rival.
If the state's largest county winds up expanding staff to handle cases within the MNsure system, it won't be the first time.
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Some in state's D.C. delegation are at odds over desire to mine.
FDA-convened panel said stroke-prevention product appears safe and effective.
A New Hampshire man fatally shot a heating oil company employee who came to his house to do work before trying to kill himself and engaging in an hours-long standoff with police, authorities said.
Military spouses struggle to find jobs and are more likely to work for less pay or in positions below their education level, spurring unemployment and other costs of as much as $1 billion a year, according to a study.
The Arlington City Council has approved a master agreement setting forth the public-private setup to build a retractable-roof ballpark for the Texas Rangers.
The 15-year deal with Minnesota Power includes $31 million in cash.
A report says public health insurance enrollees used less care than was expected in 2015.
It is easy to scoff at, but the pull of the Internet is strong, sometimes destructively so.
Foreign currency exchange rates and lower paint sales were factors.
Nearly half who work in the city lack the benefit; cost concerns are raised.
The Minnesota Vikings and Wells Fargo filed another set of opposing motions in the photo-bombing lawsuit about signs on two buildings.
The Latest on a former New York City police officer accused of running a prostitution ring (all times local):
If you were waiting for another reason to start saving for college, you may have one soon. For the first time, Minnesotans would be eligible…
A Connecticut man who spent 48 years on the lam after escaping from prison has been hospitalized.