St. Luke’s celebrated the next phase of its campus expansion with a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday. Many community representatives attended, including Duluth’s Mayor Emily Larson and Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce President David Ross.
The age of big data translates to even bigger risk for businesses of all sizes, but middle market companies are particularly vulnerable, according to RSM.
Minnesota Power has introduced a new renewable energy program and exceeded a state energy-savings goal as it continues to help customers meet their sustainability goals and make progress toward a cleaner, lower-carbon future.
The Superior Business Improvement District’s 2019 Annual Dinner & Meeting will be held tonight. This year marks the 30th Anniversary of The District.
The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation will hold its annual celebration on Wednesday, May 22 at the DECC Lake Superior Ballroom. Seating begins at 3:30 p.m. with the program starting at 4 p.m. There will be a reception from 5 to 6 p.m. which will include a session with StoryCorps’ As…
RMB Environmental Laboratories, Inc. is finalizing a deal that will allow the company to expand to Hibbing this year.
A new chapter of SCORE (formerly Service Corps of Retired Executives) is being launched in the Twin Ports. The former chapter folded more than a decade ago.
Last year, Patrice Bradley, founder and CEO of Swim Creative, went to hang out with some friends at Bent Paddle Brewing in Duluth’s Lincoln Park, and she left with something unexpected – a new offshoot to add to her marketing strategy company.
The Waco Fire Department has taken delivery of a custom-built Lake Assault Boats fireboat and rescue craft. The new vessel provides a wide range of emergency response services on Lake Waco (a 12-square-mile body of water located within the city limits) as well as a section of the Brazos Rive…
A prominent Iron Range music venue has closed. The 218 Taphouse and Shop Coffeehouse in downtown Virginia closed its doors on April 15.
U.S. Bancorp reported net income of 1.69 billion on $5.57 billion of revenue during its first quarter of 2019. Diluted earnings per common share were $1.00
Gov. Tim Walz's administration has announced it will change state hiring policy after a former state DFL legislator was appointed to a six-figure job at the Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation without going through standard hiring procedures.
Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday it was Foxconn that first suggested making changes to its contract with the state of Wisconsin, not the other way around.
National Bank of Commerce (NBC) promoted two associates, Lindsey Growette Stingle and Kerstyn Hendricks. Stingle, who has been with the bank for eight years, is now VP – human resources director. Hendricks, an NBC employee for 10 years, is now AVP – signature banker
Four students from UMD's LSBE’s Marketing Analytics Program (MAP) won first place for data visualization in the eighth annual Midwest Undergraduate Data Analytics Competition (MUDAC). This is the first time that a Labovitz School of Business and Economics team has secured a first place win a…
Long-time financial advisor Robin K. Tellor celebrates 50 years with Ameriprise Financial on Monday, April 29th at its offices at 394 Lake Avenue South in Duluth.Tellor began his employment with Ameriprise Financial in 1969 when the firm was known as Investors Diversified Services (IDS). Wit…
LHB will be recognized for excellence in workplace safety and health during the Governor’s Safety Awards ceremony on May 8. LHB is one of 294 employers to be honored through the awards program, coordinated by the Minnesota Safety Council.