A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
CEO Rich Hoban of Frandsen Financial will relinquish his role running the banking subsidiary to focus on acquisitions.
The former General Mills executive started Twin Cities Rise in 1993 and has helped thousands of unemployed and underemployed Minnesotans since.
Compensation for board members at largest public companies in the United States rose 16.3 percent in the last five years.
MyMeds was started informally in 2001 by Dr. Rajiv Shah over frustrations that his patients weren't taking their medications because they were confused, forgetful or for other reasons.
Jeff Bezos, one of the world's biggest billionaires, has created a $97.5 million housing fund that's part of a $2 billion philanthropic outreach.
IPS Solar has won a contract from the Minnesota Department of Administration that is supposed to pay back the state's $1.5 million investment within 15 years
The Minneapolis-based utility says its pledge is the most ambitious among U.S. utilities.
There were 16 winners at the annual November awards competition that stress value-added manufacturing, energy efficiency, workforce-and-community development and STEM education.
Minneapolis developers oppose Council President Lisa Bender's ordinance that would require them to provide 10 percent of units in new rental housing for low-income people.
For more than 300,000 people losing Medicare Cost plans, there are limited ways to re-visit decisions after Dec. 7.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Monday it is suggesting all romaine lettuce now bear harvest date and location information to help consumers and trace back efforts when food-safety breaches do occur -- and industry agreed.
General Mills thinks its cereal monsters would make a good muse and wants Hollywood to create a film about these sugar-hungry characters.
Parent firm that runs three iron mines in Minnesota starts stock repurchase plan
The stock market, despite Wednesday's uptick, is down for the year. The Main Street economy looks pretty good.
The debate is underway over whether the winners paid too much to lure regional headquarters of go-go Amazon. Organic, retain-and-expand work, including investing in workforce development and infrastructure, works best and most economically.
For some Minnesota accountants and investors, it was a big morning.
Revel, a health-tech firm that works for big insurers, has added a couple execs from RedBrick Health, which sold earlier this year to the larger Virgin Pulse of Rhode Island
Sleep Number topped JD Power's mattress satisfaction rankings for third time in four years.
More than 300,000 people losing Medicare Cost plans across 66 counties face a choice between the original Medicare program and newer Advantage plans from private insurers
Free videos produced by state show parents from diverse communities talking about getting kids tested early in life for autism spectrum disorders