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Chris Quinn needed to expand or he knew he would see his business wilt. [Read More]
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The nonprofit works to forge common ground among utilities, business, labor and environmental groups on energy solutions. [Read More]
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The trends in corporate America, and the environmental movement, are too strong to bend to current anti-environment rhetoric. [Read More]
Protocol 46 of St. Paul is led by executives with military-intelligence and IT backgrounds. [Read More]
Beth Lilly, a veteran investment analyst and portfolio manager, from Wall Street to St. Paul, has been hired as chief investment officer for the money-management... [Read More]
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Green Garden grows vegetables in its community garden, bakes them into healthy vegetable-based desserts for every diet, and markets them using sustainable practices. [Read More]
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Follow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond. [Read More]
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Former Sun Country Chairman Marty Davis was humbled and enriched over seven years of ownership that ended earlier this year. [Read More]
Andamio Games is one of too-few Minnesota fledgling science-and-tech companies that has applied for federal funding. [Read More]
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The $36 million headquarters and small-business center seen as boost for area. [Read More]
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The $36 million headquarters and business center of nearly 100,000 square feet, plus a parking ramp, is part of an unprecedented $100 million-plus development at... [Read More]
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Clean energy advocates want Minnesota to accelerate leadership in the growing conservation and renewable-energy sector... [Read More]
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The business of mainstream religion is in recession, as the Star Tribune has reported this year. [Read More]
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Sentera, the agricultural drone and data-analysis software company, plans to announce Wednesday that it has raised $14 million in institutional funding, following $8.5 million raised... [Read More]
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In a tight labor market, employers are willing to expand talent pool. [Read More]
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Employers, who long shunned hiring former inmates, are reconsidering in a worker-hungry economy. [Read More]
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In a tight labor market, employers are willing to expand talent pool. [Read More]
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At least 40 percent of Minnesota kids still are not ready for kindergarten. [Read More]
manufacturing... [Read More]
Developer Dominion signs on with Habitat to build a house in the Jordan neighborhood. [Read More]
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