A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
Despite a pledge to make more information about medical devices available to the public, FDA continues to accept secretive reports about problems involving high-risk devices.
Business lawyer Marty Rosenbaum honored for years of volunteer service to LegalCorps.
Bonnie Russ, a University of Minnesota-trained accountant, was a single parent with a young daughter when she borrowed against her house in 1989, to join with the other founders of public-accounting firm Mahoney, Ulbrich, Christiansen.
Minnesota small businesses raised $682 million in operating and asset-based loans from SBA-affiliated private lenders in fiscal 2019, up 11 percent from, 2018, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The nation's top counterintelligence officer said at a Minneapolis Cyber Security conference in Minneapolis last week that he's most concerned about external cyber threats against critical U.S. infrastructure.
Minnesota's largest company has hired Patricia Lewis, formerly of Lockheed Martin, as executive vice president and chief human resources officer.
Commercials for Love Your Melon started to air this week.
St. Paul, along with Madison, Wis. and Plano, Texas, are the best three "untapped cities" in the United States for startup businesses, according to a survey by Fundera, the small-business adviser.
Hormel has named Deanna Brady the head of its refrigerated foods segment, which is by far the company's largest business. The promotion makes her Hormel's highest-ranking woman to ever run a business unit.
The CEO of CommonBond Communities said it has closed this month on four transactions that will result in 267 affordable homes through new construction of 166 units of housing in the Twin Cities and renovation of 101 units.
Molly Jungbauer, chief executive and an owner of Hollstadt Consulting of Mendota Heights, will take over as chair of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce board of directors for the 2019-20 term.
No layoffs are expected, although soft market conditions were behind the idling of the taconite plant in Mountain Iron.
Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management (MRM) said it has overseen recycling of 1 billion pounds of electronics through a national network of indpendent refurbishers and recyclers.
The sponsorship marks the jerky company's foray into the fast-growing world of professional video gaming.
Google announced during a workshop Wednesday at the Rondo Library in St. Paul that it will award $1 million through what it calls the "Google.org Impact Challenge Minnesota" that seeks proposals from Minnesota nonprofits "for bold ideas to grow economic opportunity in their local communities."
MDI, the light manufacturer that employs a workforce of nearly 50% people with disabilities, Medtronic and Special Olympics of Minnesota have launched the "Unified Work Coalition.
Mercedes Austin, founder of expanding Mercury Mosaics in Northeast Minneapolis, will be one of several female entrepreneurs honored Friday at WomenVenture's 24th annual "Women Mean Business Luncheon & Marketplace"
Deluxe launched season four of its Small Business Revolution web series that helps small business and showcases Deluxe's range of services.
American Indians living on reservations who want to buy homes are significantly more likely to have high-priced mortgages of nearly 2 percentage points more than non-Native Americans off reservations.
Infor, which bought Lawson Software in 2011, also pledged to add 100 workers in the Twin Cities.