The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the constitutionality of President Barack Obama's health care law doesn't change much for Minnesota's big medical device companies, hospitals, or health insurers.
The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the constitutionality of President Barack Obama's health care law doesn't change much for Minnesota's big medical device companies.
Higher commodity costs took a significant bite out of General Mills' earnings for the company's fiscal year ending last month.
General Mills' yogurt business has soured a bit of late. And you can blame it on the Greeks. Not the debt crisis, but Greek-style yogurt.
Shares of Best Buy briefly spiked up as much as 15 percent Tuesday after The Wall Street Journal reported the retailer's founder Richard Schulze is working with investment bankers at Credit Suisse on a buyout plan.
Best Buy celebrates the grand re-opening of its remodeled Richfield store.
Best Buy's CEO and its founder recently left the company after a scandal. And the retailer has faced lots of criticism that it hasn't done enough to respond to fierce competition from online and bricks and mortar rivals. Some Best Buy employees who spoke to MPR News are still confident in the company's future, while others are planning their exit strategy.
A company spokesman says General Mills has worked for decades to create an inclusive culture for employees and believes Minnesota should be welcoming as well.
A federal jury in Minneapolis has convicted three men in a Ponzi scheme that pulled in $194 million.
3M and California-based Nanosys will combine their knowledge of optical films to help TV manufacturers produce LCD displays that'll deliver much richer, truer-to-life color.
One of the nation's biggest and most successful companies is making a bet on alternative fuel vehicles in Minnesota. General Electric Co. on Thursday opened a facility in Eden Prairie where companies can check out cars and trucks powered by something other than gasoline.
But the retailer, which is seeing competitors eat into its consumer electronics sales, also faces increasing competition from rivals offering tech help.
Device companies say the legislation will speed up the lengthy process of federal approval required to bring the new life-saving devices to market. But some consumer groups argue the process is already too lenient.
Medtronic says its employment in the Twin Cities and the rest of Minnesota will fall by about 250 jobs.
Two Minnesota employers announced job cuts in the Twin Cities today. General Mills says it is cutting 425 jobs. Medtronic said previously announced job cuts will grow by 30.