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Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves said Friday the company has enough scrap steel to last until next spring and won't need the Iron Range pellets until then.
More workers want flexibility, and a culture that respects their views.
Those leaders will need to come up with ways to accommodate a new way of thinking.
Companies ended 2021 on a strong note and were able to raise prices, but in the first quarter, firms from Polaris to Target took a hit on profits or operating margins.
Profit margins were down as the company dealt with supply-chain disruptions that had it chasing presold orders and inflation.
Glen Taylor, Stanley Hubbard, Richard Schulze and a dozen Cargill heirs are among the billionaires.
The Star Tribune, working with partner Energage, will again compile the state's Top Workplaces based on a surveying process.
A shift in culture is key to achieving ambitious strategic business goals.
CEO Geoff Martha says company is positioned with money in the bank, global supply chain and tech talent to continue leading role in med-tech industry.
Tahoe Joe's is the second acquisition BBQ Holdings has made this year.