As they continue to emerge from the economic depths of the Great Recession, Minnesota's community banks are contending with fewer loans that have soured, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis concluded after a quarterly look at banking conditions in the state.
Cargill is halting its salt mining operations deep under Lake Erie in Ohio for safety reasons.
The Delaware company, MPHJ Technology Investments LLC, was accused of trying to wring money out of hundreds of Minnesota businesses over alleged violation of patent rights. The company told business owners that their use of office equipment to scan documents to email infringed on its patents.
Minnesota's factories are churning out lots of products like airplane parts and medical devices these days, but they're not exactly going on hiring sprees.
The city of Minneapolis and the state's economic development agency are teaming up on a program to help workers over age 50 and veterans under 30 escape long-term unemployment.
A new program launching in Minneapolis next month aims to help long-term unemployed workers over age 50 and young veterans find jobs.
The median Twin Cities home price jumped to $208,757 last month, an increase of 17.2 percent compared to July of last year.
To stand out in a crowded marketplace, some buyers have decided to employ a very traditional and personal medium -- deeply personal and emotional letters they hope will curry favor with the sellers.
The founder of a prosthetic knee manufacturer based in Pillager, Minn., is competing this weekend in an extreme sports competition in Los Angeles.
The University of Minnesota says it has launched a record number of startup companies in its 2013 fiscal year.
A survey of factory supply managers shows continued, though slightly more muted, optimism about the economy in the coming months.
Labor demand as measured on online job boards in Minnesota was essentially flat in July.
Minnesota's growing economy and better budget numbers got a vote of confidence Tuesday from one of the nation's major bond rating agencies.
A new state law that takes effect Thursday extends the ability of workers at some companies to take sick days to care for family members.
Builders this month pulled 533 permits for new projects -- 32 percent more than last July -- while permits for single-family homes reached their highest level in six years.