Twin Cities Classifieds

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  • Mayo Clinic receives $100M          pioneer press
  • 10-23 A Wisconsin businessman and his wife have given $100 million to the Mayo Clinic, according to a Wednesday morning announcement from the Rochester, Minn.,-based health system.
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  • Crashed Ice coming back          kare11
  • 10-23 ST. PAUL, Minn. – It’s coming back! Get ready to bundle up and head to St. Paul in February for Red Bull Crashed Ice. This will be the third time the event comes to St. Paul.
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  • TC 2nd in affordable housing          star tribune
  • 10-23 Minneapolis ranks second among the 25 largest U.S. metropolitan areas in terms of home affordability, according to a new report from Interest.com. The median household income in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area exceeds the income required to purchase a median-priced home in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area by 24 percent,That’s down from 32 percent last year and second only to Atlanta, Georgia.
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  • Who has the most open jobs?          twin cities business
  • 10-22 The University of Minnesota, McDonald’s, Great Clips, U.S. Bank, and 3M reportedly sought to fill a total of 3,626 Twin Cities positions last month.
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  • Twin Cities office demand grows          mspbj
  • 10-21 The Twin Cities office market outlook remains positive despite “densification;,” according to two third-quarter market reports issued last week.
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  • 3 Mn golf courses shutting down          mspbj
  • 10-21 Three privately owned golf courses, beset by losses and seeing little option for an exit plan, are shutting down at the end of the season.
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  • Strong tourism August in Duluth          duluth news tribune
  • 10-21 Anyone who doubts that great summer weather has a big impact on Duluth tourism need look no further than this past August.
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  • Plans to Expand Terminal 2          kstp
  • 10-21 Air travel is up big time at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. One reason is that many airlines are now offering expanded services to new destinations, and that has Terminal 2 quickly outgrowing its space.
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  • After shutdown, U research stalled          minnesota daily
  • 10-21 The government shutdown could have been detrimental to University of Minnesota researchers, but for now it’s only a speed bump.
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  • New buildings on Mpls skyline          minnpost
  • 10-20 Amid high vacancy and a bumpy economy, the Twin Cities has seen few new office buildings built in recent years. That’s about to change.
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  • North Mpls still struggling          minnpost
  • 10-18 On many blocks that were in the path of the tornado that plowed across North Minneapolis on May 22, 2011, there are few signs of the storm’s destruction. Instead, there are rebuilt homes, new roofs and growing trees that replaced the thousands that were toppled.
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  • D-town Council has a new CEO          twin cities business
  • 10-16 Veteran civic leader Steve Cramer, who also chairs the Minnesota Ballpark Authority, said it’s a vital time for downtown Minneapolis.
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  • Bountiful harvests, lower profits          mpr
  • 10-16 TYLER, Minn. — A warm fall has helped Minnesota’s $9.5 billion corn and soybean crops.
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  • Rochester a top places to live          rochestor post bulletin
  • 10-16 Rochester has been named sixth on a list of the Top 100 Best Places to Live by Livability.com, a website that ranks quality of life and travel amenities of America’s small and mid-sized cities.
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  • Dakotas top mn for 4-yr. gdp          twin cities business
  • 10-15 While Minnesota ranked only 25th based on a combination of its GDP and population growth over the last four years, it appears to be improving.
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  • Mn’s white-collar salaries expected to outpace u.s.          twin cities business
  • 10-15 According to staffing firm Robert Half, the technology industry will see the biggest gains in professional salaries, followed by accounting and finance, and creative and marketing jobs.
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  • Turnaround: Device tax now on life support?          twin cities business
  • 10-15 Minnesota companies are closely watching ongoing deal discussions in Washington, D.C.
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  • ADM HQ team meets with others          mspbj
  • 10-15 After Twin Cities, ADM HQ team meets with Dallas, Atlanta
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  • Surprising soybean crop          pioneer press
  • 10-15 It took a while, but combines are rolling all across Minnesota during a fall harvest that’s already producing surprises.
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  • St. Paul foresees boom times          star tribune
  • 10-15 As office occupancy rates hold steady, new transit options are expected to help the capital city draw businesses seeking space.
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  • Repeal of device tax not included          medcity
  • 10-14 Bloomberg healthcare reporter Sasha Damouni has tweeted an aide told the magazine the medical device tax repeal is not included in the budget deal. Despite the intensive efforts of the medical device industry to repeal the 2.3 percent tax on revenue that represents $30 billion in Obamacare funding as part of the debt ceiling deal, if this source is correct, it looks like bleak days for a repeal but (yay!) potentially an end to the shutdown in sight.
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  • Businesses expect lift from LRT          mpr
  • 10-14 ST. PAUL, Minn. — Light rail should deliver a boost to St. Paul’s downtown when the trains start running next year, a building owners group said Monday.
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  • 3d printing & mn manufacturing          kstp
  • 10-14 Manufacturing is the second largest industry in Minnesota. But these days, the way we manufacture is changing.
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  • St. Paul office market remains stable          star tribune
  • 10-14 The market for office space in downtown St. Paul’s office market has remained stable so far this year, according to a report released Monday by the Greater St. Paul Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).
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  • Bad weather hurts pumpkin crop          rochestor post bulletin
  • 10-13 BYRON — Tom Tweite of Tweite’s Family Farm and Pumpkin Patch has a message for potential customers: Don’t wait until the last minute to pick out your pumpkin.
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