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Red Wing Shoes defeats Mayo Clinic for Brand Madness title Red Wing Shoes is Minnesota's best brand, according to a month-long tournament in which MSPBJ.com readers voted for the state's most iconic companies and products. The Red Wing-based shoe and boot manufacturer defeated finalist Mayo Clinic by 20 points in
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Stewartville furniture maker plans $3M expansion Halcon Furniture, which makes customized conference tables and similar products, is planning its second expansion in four years at its Stewartville, Minn., headquarters. The Post-Bulletin reports that Halcon could break ground as soon as next week on a $2
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Five things you need to know today, and a sad time for Cincinnati journalists Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: Assurex lands major government deal Huge win for Mason-based Assurex Health, which Barrett J. Brunsman reports now plans to add scores
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Dennis, Stevens elected to U.S. Steel board of directors Patricia Diaz Dennis and Robert J. Stevens have been elected to serve on the board of directors for United States Steel Corp., effective Jan. 1 until the company's next annual meeting, which is expected to be held April 28, 2015. Dennis retired as vice pr
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Amy's Kitchen to purchase former Heinz plant Amy's Kitchen Inc. is set to purchase the former H.J. Heinz Co. plant in Pocatello, Idaho, according to a release from the California-based company. Amy's Kitchen, which manufactures organic and non-GMO convenience food, said it expects to have the facili
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Morning Roundup: Love Columbus? Shout it out loud! Plus BWC abuses, Germain expansion and an R.L. Stine tale on Twitter In today's issue: Everyone encouraged to shout your love for Columbus, investigation into Workers' Comp fraud unit finds possible abuses tied to quotas, Germain close to deal to expand to Dayton, hunger on the rise in Ohio, Cincinnati Enquirer seeing a sh
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Halloween means big business for Colorado economy Is it just me, or does the chill finally creeping into the Colorado air after so many near-record days of October heat make you feel like Halloween has finally arrived for real? Halloween, which comes from an ancient Celtic holiday that celebrated summer'
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Dell highlighting PC sales after years of downplaying Dell Inc. is once again excited about computers. The tech giant is citing personal computer sales as a growth indicator one year after it went private ostensibly so it could downplay PC sales in favor of more profitable software and services. The company
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National Instruments more than doubles Q3 profits National Instruments Corp. reported Thursday that it more than doubled third-quarter profits. The Austin-based company posted a quarterly profit of $39.7 million, or 31 cents per share, on revenue of $313.7 million, compared with a profit of $15.7 million
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Newmont Mining's Q3 profit falls 46%, but adjusted earnings up Newmont Mining Corp. reported a sharp decline in profit for the third quarter from a year earlier as both prices and production fell, but the Greenwood Village-based gold miner posted higher adjusted earnings late Thursday. For the quarter that ended Sept
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