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Within a decade, state transportation officials say they expect 20% of all Minnesota light vehicles will be electric. But for the number of EVs to increase, the construction of charging stations will have to accelerate.
The Red Wing-based company created an app that helped users save and donate money to charities. Now, one of the nation's largest credit unions will help promote it.
As Senate nears vote on technology bill, Minnesota lawmakers say the nation's chip industry needs government investment to compete.
Sub-freezing temperatures Thursday night and Friday morning in the northern third of the state might have hurt soybean, wheat and corn plants.
Minnesota farmers are in the best shape in a decade as planting begins.Coming out of a year that appeared disastrous at first and turned out…
The move would raise more capital and give the Minneapolis financial technology firm a higher profile with retailers and consumers.
Turnaround is broad-based, extends beyond shock drops of year-ago period.
The move leaves trustees who want to sell the bank company with less access to its operations and finances.
When he returned after two decades in Washington, the former vice president quietly influenced the Minnesota business scene.
The Plymouth-based chain wiped out debt to end the year with cash on hand.