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Thomson Reuters’ Job Cuts Hit Eagan Campus

While the exact number of local cuts is unclear, Thomson Reuters informed some Minnesota employees this week that their jobs will be eliminated as part of a companywide reduction.

MN Call Center Lands New Clients, Adds 200 Jobs

Skybridge Americas, which is based in the western suburbs and was previously part of Carlson Marketing, is adding jobs after landing new clients and extending a key contract.

MN Gets Dismal Score For Entrepreneur-Friendly Policies

Minnesota was ranked the sixth-worst state for entrepreneur- and small business-friendly tax and regulatory policies.

Two Cargill Corporate Buildings Sold For $123M

A California investment firm purchased two of Cargill’s three corporate buildings in Hopkins; the two buildings totaled more than 500,000 in square footage.

MN Ranks As The “3rd-Healthiest State” In U.S.

Minnesota ranked third in the nation in a recent United Health Foundation report based on residents’ access to health insurance, low levels of air pollution, and high education levels, among other factors.

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