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Fargo Case New Holland plant facing new round of layoffs

Fargo Case New Holland plant facing new round of layoffs

FARGO — CNH Industrial America workers in Fargo are facing a new round of layoffs.

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Paper company Verso files for bankruptcy

Paper company Verso files for bankruptcy

WILMINGTON, Del. - Verso Corp., a leading U.S. producer of printing and specialty papers and owner of the paper mill in West Duluth, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Tuesday to cut its debt in the face of falling demand for catalogs and magazines and cheaper imports.

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Polaris lays off workers in Roseau despite record sales

ROSEAU, Minn. -- Polaris, a manufacturer of snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles, said Tuesday it laid off less than 10 people in its Roseau, Minn., plant this week despite posting record sales in 2015.

Polaris acquires snowmobile rider gear company

Polaris, an off-road vehicle manufacturer, announced last week it has acquired a Washington-based maker of snowmobile helmets and goggles.

Cirrus jet nears certification

DULUTH, Minn. -- Cirrus Aircraft’s new SF-50 Vision jet is still a few months away from receiving Federal Aviation Administration certification. But production of the groundbreaking small personal jet has been underway for some time.

Essar lays off some local employees

NASHWAUK, Minn. -- The saga of Essar Steel Minnesota's on-again, off-again taconite plant under construction in Nashwauk continued Friday when the company announced it has laid off several of its own employees as construction slows to a crawl.

U.S. agency considers white paper unfair trade case

INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. -- Unfairly traded goods are coming from foreign countries, with those governments subsidizing an industry so they can "dump" their product below cost in the United States and undermine domestic producers.

Dayton gives Essar another deadline to pay up

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Wednesday gave Essar Steel Minnesota a deadline to pay back the $65.9 million the company owes the state for breach of a 2008 economic development agreement.

Businesses cheer revival of Export-Import Bank

Businesses cheer revival of Export-Import Bank

FARGO -- When Congress passed, and President Barack Obama recently signed, legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank of the United States, you could almost hear a collective sigh of relief from many small businesses in North Dakota.

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Digi-Key marks 50 million packages shipped

THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. — Digi-Key Electronics, a global electronic components distributor, recently shipped its 50 millionth package.

Grand Forks City Council approves Ideal Aerosmith loan

Grand Forks City Council approves Ideal Aerosmith loan

Grand Forks City Council members approved a $163,500 economic development loan Monday from the city to Ideal Aerosmith.

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Lakeshirts project is good news for staff

Lakeshirts project is good news for staff

DETROIT LAKES, Minn.-- The new twisty slide from an upper floor down to the new employee break room gives you a good idea what the renovation project at Lakeshirts is all about.

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Minnesota Supreme Court denies review of Cirrus co-founder's appeal

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal filed by Alan Klapmeier in a lawsuit against Cirrus Aviation, the Duluth-based company he co-founded and led for 25 years.

Cirrus ramping up for jet production

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Cirrus Aircraft's plant in Grand Forks is on the hunt for workers as the Duluth, Minn.-based company prepares to roll out a new personal jet next year.

American Crystal CEO to retire in 2016

MOORHEAD, Minn. -- David Berg, president and CEO of American Crystal Sugar Co., will retire next year, according to sources.

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