From the editors at Twin Cities Business:
Expansions by Emerson Process Management, Magnetation, Stratasys, AGCO, and others were announced during recent months, and they are expected to create many new Minnesota jobs.
Orchestra management has asked musicians to vote on the new deal—which includes less severe salary cuts and would not eliminate the orchestra’s budget deficit—by September 9.
Two companies that call Minnesota home are among Fortune magazine’s 100 fastest-growing businesses based on their annual growth rates for revenue and earnings per share, as well as average total return over a three-year period.
Edina-based tech staffing and consulting firm Analysts International Corporation agreed to be purchased by a Georgia-based IT firm.
The statewide entrepreneurial competition has chosen six divisional winners out of more than 1,000 Minnesota entrees. They already won money, but they will now compete for an additional $40,000 and the Minnesota Cup.