The closing shows how the online retailer’s priorities are shifting.
The foreclosure rate in the metro fell to 0.52 percent from 0.95 percent last year.
The company didn’t say how Minnesota would be affected but said the cuts will include salaried positions.
The FDA said medical device makers must plan to make their products safe from hackers.
After a $450 million bond finance deal collapsed last month, Essar Steel has lined up loans and equity, though it didn’t say the precise amount.
The slowing was more apparent nationwide than in Minnesota, where the business conditions reading remained high.Manufacturing growth began to cool in September
A Minneapolis attorney becomes one of the first to realign with Amazon, which ditched its Minnesota affiliates last year over a tax conflict.
Star Tribune’s chief revenue officer, Jeff Griffing, to leave the paper while remaining within the Taylor Corp. family.
Minnesota’s Blue Cross and Medica join Bloom Health’s insurance marketplace.
Even with labor shortages, growers and companies say they’ll be prepared.
The industry disputes finding that ethanol is more volatile than crude.
Arctic Cat said recalled all of the all-terrain vehicles it made in 2008 and some made in 2009 due to a gearbox component problem.
A new Nielsen study on the booming global snack industry finds salty snacks are the biggest nosh item in the U.S., but not globally.
New investor in Angie’s Artisan Treats to fund the company’s next level of growth.
The state will soon release information on 2015 rates for health insurance policies sold on MNsure.
The oil and rail industries are asking for a seven-year process.