Does Dr. Bill McGuire’s resurrection of the Minnesota Stars franchise herald the local arrival of the national soccer wave?
Retail giant Target has launched a website that allows bargain hunters to interact and shop via Facebook.
UnitedHealth Group retained its spot as Minnesota’s highest-ranking company on the just-released list.
The local airport was among 29 U.S. airports that the Department of Transportation ranked by their percentage of on-time departures in 2012.
Both local newspapers rank within the top 20 nationwide for weekday digital subscriptions.
This month, he will visit with shoppers at the Mall of America, answer questions about career possibilities in the state, and encourage Minnesotans to consider relocating.
What began as a snowmobile maker is now the number one powersports company in the United States — and speeding toward becoming a global small-vehicle manufacturer.
How Brave New Workshop went about turning improv’s red ink into a diversified bottom line.
The electronics retailer has revamped its executive compensation practices, partly in response to backlash over the one given to former CEO Brian Dunn.
The company notified state officials that it plans to relocate much of its New Hope operations out of state.
Shirley Weis is credited with transforming Mayo Clinic during her tenure as chief administrative officer, a role in which she oversees virtually all of the organization’s business operations.
Planning a contract/lockout strategy with 1,300 replacement workers waiting in the wings before negotiating in good faith isn’t the way leaders of good conscience run their businesses.
St. Paul-based McGough Construction has been selected to build Surly’s so-called “destination brewery.”
At a time when talented women executives can choose where they want to work, sisterhood is powerful.
Why are the practices that offer the most personal care finding it so hard to compete?
The high court denied a request to reconsider its recent ruling, which deemed locked-out American Crystal Sugar workers eligible for unemployment benefits.
As part of a larger gun-safety campaign, the hood of its sponsored Nascar race car will feature the phrases “With Rights Comes Responsibility” and “Secure Your Firearms.”
Some companies that were shunned by investors last year — including Best Buy — saw their shares rise the most during the first quarter.
The port accounts for $1.5 billion in business revenue for the firms directly dependent on cargo and 11,510 direct and indirect jobs in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority is accepting bids from local and national food and beverage vendors.