Accenture plans to hire 200 in Twin Cities

The Business Journal reports the consulting firm wants to add hundreds of new employees to its Minneapolis office. That would make the metro area one of the firm's fastest-growing markets in North America.
Author:
Updated:
Original:

The Business Journal reports the consulting firm wants to add hundreds of new employees to its Minneapolis office. That would make the metro area one of the firm's fastest-growing markets in North America.

Next Up

police tape, crime scene

Man and woman, aged 55 and 62, found dead in their home

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office is investigating.

Gov. Tim Walz

Walz: COVID-19 guidance for Christmas likely to be similar to Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving featured a ban on social gatherings with non-household members.

CCI 3

Mall of America is offering a virtual Santa experience this year

People can virtually tour Santa's Candy Cane Institute.

PD Shimmers 4

Annual guide to finding holiday lights displays in MN is released

More than 80 holiday displays are on this year's list.

duluth police department

Duluth police officer charged in September shooting

The officer, who is a five-year veteran, is charged with two felonies.

Screen Shot 2020-11-30 at 1.31.42 PM

Enbridge gets final approval to start construction on Line 3 replacement

The project has attracted criticism from environmental and tribal groups.

Kirk Cousins

Is it a 4-team race for the final NFC playoff spot?

The key for Minnesota likely requires winning on the road against two top NFC teams.

coronavirus

Nov. 30 COVID-19 update: Hospitalizations reach new high mark

There are fewer than 100 staffed ICU beds available in Minnesota.

Related

Hardee's plans big expansion in Twin Cities

The California-based fast food chain is hoping Minnesotans are hungry for more Hardee's restaurants. The Business Journal reports the company plans to open at least 59 new locations in the Twin Cities market over the next several years. There are currently 21 Hardee's restaurants in the metro area.

Comcast to hire 150 workers in Twin Cities

The cable and internet company says it will add 100 customer service agents to its billing office in St. Paul and 50 to its customer loyalty center in Minnetonka, the Business Journal reports.

Best Buy wants to hire more than 200 tech staffers

The company says it’s looking for people from all backgrounds for a wide variety of technical jobs based out of its corporate headquarters in Richfield.

Top 5 biggest Twin Cities commercial real estate vacancies

Looking for 700,000 square feet for your business to stretch out in? Not many companies are. The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal has put together a list of the largest vacant commercial real estate properties in the metro area.

Twin Cities near middle of new nationwide ranking on economic health

The Minneapolis-St. Paul market ranked 48th out of 102 metropolitan areas on the Business Journal's On Numbers Economic Index. Private-sector job growth, unemployment earnings and home values are among the factors considered in the 18-part formula. Oklahoma City topped the list.

Twin Cities YMCA hires its new CEO

Glen Gunderson will join the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities on June 4. Most recently, Gunderson was the Chief Business Officer at Redbrick Health Corporation. Co-CEOs Harold Mezile and Tom Brinsko are both retiring after working for the "Y" for nearly 40 years.

Protest modeled after Wall Street demonstrations planned for Twin Cities

KSTP-TV reports a group of protesters calling themselves OccupyMN is planning to draw hundreds of people to Government Plaza in downtown Minneapolis on Friday.

Twin Cities roads rank among the worst congested

A study finds the average driver in the metro spent 45 hours caught in traffic last year. That’s the 10th worst in America.