You’ll hear a lot about the ‘Fortune 500’ in Minnesota wherever you go, but aside from #72 Best Buy (which has “turned around” by losing 6 billion dollars in value since 2010) there are are no actual tech companies on that current list of 17 headquartered here.
Looking beyond that roster for our state’s top tech firms — the true leaders, the anchors of industry, the globally competitive — what do we have here?
In seeking answers to the above, an alarming trend has surfaced around the class of publicly traded tech firms in Minnesota:
The picture is not just a changing landscape, it’s rapidly a disappearing one.
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