Minnesota’s jobless rate fell to 4.8 percent in October. That is the first time the state’s unemployment rate has been under 5 percent since February of 2008, close to the onset of the Great Recession. Read more →
Medtronic is buying Chanhassen-based Cardiocom in an all-cash transaction valued at $200 million.
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A Conference Board index of demand for workers indicates the Minnesota and national labor markets are weakening.
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Minnesota bounces around in the rankings for economic growth.
Minnesota’s per capita personal income, a broad measure of prosperity, rose 3.7 percent from 2011 to 2012.
You can actually calculate how skeptical investors are, and that’s where the depth of doubt about Dick Schulze’s plans becomes truly apparent.
The July Minnesota Business Conditions Index employment number reported Tuesday was something of a stunner.
The much-cited S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices out Tuesday provided yet more confirmation of a firming housing market in Minnesota and nationally in the month of May.
The home construction industry is seeing persuasive indications of a rebound according to numbers compiled for the Builders Association of the Twin Cities.