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A Japanese chemical company will use the technology developed by Claros Technologies, which will open a new headquarters and pilot plant Tuesday in northeast Minneapolis.
Two years after riots devastated area businesses following the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, owners are working to rebuild.
The S&P 500 index of America's largest companies was down 16% through May 13. The Piper Sandler Minnesota index of the 50 largest public companies in the state was down significantly as well.
The project is one of the largest ever outside downtown and led by veteran businessman Tim Baylor, Catalyst Opportunity Funds, private investors and local government.
The 125-year-old downtown club, facing membership decline and losses for several years, has invested in a comeback plan.
Minnesota's small railroads and trucking firms want more state funds amid growing cargo-weight exceptions that cause disproportionate wear on county and state roads.
The GroundBreak Coalition will use business, philanthropic and public capital to help rebuild the corridor hit by riots after George Floyd's death and address inequities in home ownership and business in the Twin Cities.
The industry, albeit facing short-term challenges, is needed for the state of Minnesota and other entities to meet carbon goals.
Julie Steller, founder of Steller Handcrafted Goods, and daughter Katie Steller, founder of Steller Hair, are growing after pandemic-clipped years. They operate across the street from each other in northeast Minneapolis.
Step Up veterans Hero Yang and and Farah Dahir are welcomed by employee-hungry Twin Cities employers.