From the Editors of Twin Cities Business:
The global food and agriculture products giant would buy six chocolate plants—three in North America and three in Europe—from Chicago company.
Thomson Reuters follows Cargill in deciding to outsource more IT jobs.
Within hours of the deal being announced, several law firms specializing in shareholder actions announced plans to “investigate” the proposed merger.
Its board of directors now includes the president and COO of leading cloud computing firm Workday.
A new Brookings report found that foreign college students paid more than $206 million in tuition and $144 million in living costs here between 2008 and 2012.