The global news network brought questions from its audience about food security, developing nations, the environment and other issues to Chairman and CEO Greg Page at the company's headquarters.
Here's the Minnesota schedule for the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train
It'll make numerous stops across Minnesota.
Charges: Minnesota elementary school teacher sexually assaulted 3 boys
The incidents were captured on video taken inside an elementary school classroom.
Woman killed in Moorhead identified as suspect's mother
An appeal has been issued to find the suspect's vehicle, which remains missing.
Ticket details released for 5-week run of 'Hamilton' in Minneapolis
The tour of the production has been delayed twice due to the pandemic.
Minnesota Board of Pharmacy files lawsuit against 3 THC edible retailers
The board has received 46 complaints in the past four months regarding the products.
ATF now investigating fire at Lyndale Avenue apartment building
It was the second fire at a vacant building owned by the same landlord that was being used by squatters in the past few months.
Beloved restaurant in southeastern MN to close after 40 years
A final night of celebrations is scheduled for Dec. 17.
MN town shelves ordinance allowing residents to sue abortion providers
Attorney General Keith Ellison advised the town to not go forward with the ordinance.
Man shot dead inside Minneapolis tavern is identified
The suspect is being held on probable cause murder.
'Tough quarter' for Cargill as profits fall 66 percent
Minnesota's privately held food giant blames the losses on uncertainties in the global economy and a volatile market for commodities.
Some customers in Twin Cities will get BBC as Comcast picks up news network
The New York Times reports the news station and cable company are about to announce a distribution deal that will bring the global news channel into some parts of the United States.
Tech support company moving headquarters to Apple Valley
Stream Global Services is relocating from Massachusetts to the Twin Cities suburb, where its CEO already lives, the Star Tribune reports. Fifty employees will work at the headquarters initially, and the company plans to hire more.
Minnesota native, national parks chief, Smithsonian director, dies at 85
Roger Kennedy, who rose from his family's St. Paul sporting goods store to head the National Park Service under President Bill Clinton, died at 82. Kennedy developed a love for the outdoors in Minnesota, guiding canoe trips. He also later became a studied preservationist, directing the American history section of the Smithsonian Institution. He once ran for Congress against Eugene McCarthy.
Bankrupt Pinnacle Airlines wooed to travel north
The Metropolitan Airports Commission has approached the Memphis-based company about moving its corporate headquarters to Minnesota -- bringing jobs, revenue and economic growth with it. Pinnacle bought Mesaba Airlines in July 2010 and closed that company's Eagan headquarters earlier this year. "We currently don't have plans to move but every opportunity to reduce costs will be considered," Pinnacle Airlines said in a statement emailed to the Star Tribune.
Ecolab appoints Handley to president and chief operating officer
Thomas Handley is being promoted to replace Erik Fyrwald who left the company in April, the Business Journal reports. Handley joined the St. Paul-based maker of cleaning, sanitation, pest elimination and maintenance products in 2003. He was most recently the president of its Global Food & Beverage division and Asia Pacific Latin America businesses.
Cargill says scientist was Chinese spy
Kexue "John" Huang has pleaded guilty to stealing confidential information from Cargill and his previous employer, Dow AgroSciences, and sending that information to China. Cargill hired Huang as a biotech specialist in one of its Twin Cities research labs.
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