After two years and $24 billion, the Child Care Stabilization Grant program is coming to an end, and that has many providers concerned.
Sources familiar with the negotiations said a new company would be formed for the patient monitoring and respiratory interventions businesses.
Melodie Rose took over this week from John Koneck, who will stay at Fredrikson & Byron as a practicing attorney.
Congestion on transmission lines has led to a growing amount of time that wind farms are inactive.
The company's shareholders roundly reject the board's proposal to buy Desktop Metal. New options could emerge as a result.
Mayo lists potential projects in an updated five-year infrastructure plan presented to city officials.
Higher mortgage rates are stifling commercial real estate values, and sales, but Weidner Apartment Homes is investing heavily in Minneapolis.
Three up-and-coming leaders are developing projects to make a positive impact with help from a FINNOVATION Fellowship.
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Most Minnesota companies are underperforming a stock market that has effectively stalled for the last two years.
The state's car collectors are a large and varied group, encouraged by state policies. And now, they're getting ready for winter.
MNsure estimates that federal tax credits will drive out-of-pocket premium reductions of about 5% on average next year for qualifying households.
Twin Cities builders had their best September in nearly two decades.
"For many years, he prioritized his family's material comfort and security over the integrity of his professional licensure," prosecutors told the court.
State and local officials kicked off Workforce Development Month at a massive job fair in north Minneapolis, as the governor traveled to the Iron Range.
Changes to the airline's SkyMiles program drew outrage from loyal airline customers.
He defrauded at least 250 people out of several thousands of dollars each.
Expert advice on masking, testing, vaccines and boosters is evolving along with coronavirus variants. Here's the latest from Minnesota and the CDC.
Belgian authorities are considering more legal action after discovering emissions of forever chemicals still occurring at the company's plant.
The case accuses Cargill, which said it could not comment on an ongoing case, of buying from the farms.
A farm bill proposal would have the federal government regulate hemp-derived THC.