Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. (NYSE: CLF) on Friday reported consolidated revenues of $714 million compared with the prior year's second-quarter revenues of $471 million. Income from continuing operations was $229 million in the second quarter, or 76 cents per diluted share, compared with $84 millio…
Minnesota employers added 6,600 jobs in June, according to seasonally adjusted figures released Thursday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).
ERP Iron Ore of Grand Rapids has filed for bankruptcy protection in Minnesota District Court, St. Paul. The move comes three years after a predecessor company, Magnetation, declared bankruptcy on the same operation, in which iron is recovered from tailings.
The 56th Annual Festival of Arts is this weekend. Artists from near and far bring their fine works of art to Bayfield's lakeshore in Memorial Park. Local galleries will also be putting on demonstrations and offering their work for sale.
It is an exciting time of growth for arts groups in downtown Duluth. From the HART District on one end and the Duluth Art Institute on the other, the downtown arts community is thriving and looking to attract local and seasonal visitors to a monthly, year round Downtown Arts Walk. The inaug…
One of the first things visitors notice at Café Coco, after a starry-eyed glance at the delicate pastries and towering cakes, is the antique electric bread slicer.
Jane Haubrich Casperson and Jo Haubrich are sisters who took a giant leap of faith to open a “Waxing the City” franchise studio in Duluth. While waxing services are offered at some salons in the area, this is the first studio devoted to body waxing. Their Duluth studio is located at 1030 Woo…
Al Zupancich’s grandfather opened a grocery store in Ely in the early 1900s. Now, three, four and five generations later, the family is still in the grocery business, running six neighborhood grocery markets across the Iron Range.
The popularity of having everything from pizza to holiday packages and even groceries delivered to homes is found everywhere, including in Superior, where nearly 90 percent of the business at Engwall Wolff’s Flower Shop is for deliveries ordered online or over the phone.
UnitedHealth Group’s second quarter 2018 revenues grew $6 billion or 12.1 percent year-over-year to $56.1 billion. Second quarter earnings from operations grew $473 million or 12.7 percent year-over-year to $4.2 billion. Adjusted net earnings of $3.14 per share grew 27.6 percent, with an imp…
U.S. Bank reported record net revenue of $5.6 billion, record net income of $1.7 billion and record diluted earnings per share of $1.02 during its second quarter. Return on average assets was 1.54 percent and return on average common equity was 15.3 percent.
Thursday's rain forecast across Minnesota was not welcome news in some parts of the state — namely the areas of southwest and east-central Minnesota that have experienced major flooding this summer.
One month after floods caused $11 million in damage, officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency have been getting a closer look at washed out roads in northern Wisconsin. Three teams have been conducting assessments this week on whether the region will qualify for a federal disas…
Duluth City Administrator David Montgomery is retiring Oct. 1 after serving nine years and two mayors.
Dr. Wendy Reed is UMD’s new Swenson College of Science and Engineering (SCSE) dean. The University of Minnesota Board of Regents officially approved Reed’s appointment at its July 13 meeting.
Twin Ports Testing (TPT) announced Jim M. Johnson and Brett M. Carlson have received licensure as professional engineers in Minnesota. Both geotechnical engineers for TPT, they passed the Principals and Practices of Engineering Exam administered in April.
Robyn Rohweder has been appointed as an academic advisor at Lake Superior College. She will work with students who plan to earn an AA degree and then transfer to a four-year college or university.