A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
The U.S. Small Business Administration will partner with the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety on upcoming webinars and twitter chats to help organizations become more aware of risks in the event of a disaster while also helping them develop business continuity plans to support rebuilding and recovery.
Forum for HR professionals draws state officials, business leaders to discuss Minnesota's aging workforce.
Mortenson will build the Cheyenne Ridge Wind Project, one of its and Xcel's larger projects to date.
US Bank acquires a California based software company to add to its new Digital team.
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa in northern Minnesota opened last week a new shopping center on the "Red Lake Nation" north of Bemidji.
Millions in golden parachute payments helped build the special purpose acquisition company used to acquire APi Group.
Since 2012, SciTechsperience has connected nearly 1,700 college students to paid science-and-tech internships at small Minnesota companies.
nVent Electric completes its purchase of Eldon Holding AB
SPS Commerce completed a two-for-one stock split last week, but it's an increasingly rare corporate action.
The firm conducts earlier-stage research, including clinical trials for several biotech startups in the same incubator facility
Barostim device gets FDA nod to treat heart failure by stimulating nerve endings in the neck
The Twin Cities chapter of Genesys Works, the national career-training nonprofit that places disadvantaged, mostly minority high school students in paid internships, said 318 Twin Cities students were hired this month for one-year, 20-hour-a-week paid internships at 56 Twin Cities companies.
The recently formed Minnesota Hemp Association is protesting the July arrest in South Dakota of an unspecified truck driver delivering legally grown hemp from Colorado to a processor in Minnesota.
CB Insights says Rally Ventures, which raised $100 million in 2012-13, has been the most active venture firm in Minnesota over the last five years.
Lyle Berman's Black Ridge Acquisition has abandoned the energy business to focus on gambling, which has been his calling card for 30-plus years.
Bremer blamed the first-half decline on accounting issues and said its banking business remains strong.
General Mills has appointed Jano Cabrera, a former McDonald's executive and communications operative for the Democratic Party, as its chief communications officer.
Tuffy's of Perham, Mn., is expanding in Delano, an hour from the Twin Cities, with a $70 million plant to make dog treats from wheat, barley, rice, soybeans and other products grown in the Midwest.
Advocates say farmers markets build community, healthy foods and leave more cash in the pockets of farmer-producers.
Barry Skog, who had been investigated for years for peddling counterfeit rare coins, was sentenced to 30 months in prison.