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The Shakopee company saw a jump in food and beverage sales but a decrease in card casino sales, which it attributed in part to significant road construction in the area.
The challenge claimed that under the city charter, voters had to approve any stadium spending over $10 million.
Xcel Energy was the highest-ranked Minnesota company on this year’s list.
Representative Michele Bachmann has a stack of cash left in her congressional campaign account, with no obvious expenses left to spend it on.
The company is projecting 2013 sales of $152 million, about half as much revenue as it reported a few years ago.
The Minneapolis City Council approved a nearly $100 million facelift for the aging Target Center in a unanimous vote Tuesday, according to WCCO. The project unveiled last month includes a redesign...
A Twin Cities company thinks giving doctors a clear view of their patients’ coronary arteries could yield as much as $1 billion in sales of a newly-approved medical device. One doctor who has...
The agency said that it is eliminating upfront borrowers’ fees for veterans who receive a loan worth up to $350,000 through the SBA Express Loan Program.
Some of Minnesota’s highest-paid city and county public employees have had big pay raises since 2005, when a cap was removed that restricted salaries from rising higher than the governor...
The final three people with ties to the Tom Petters Ponzi scheme were sentenced on Friday. Bruce Prevost and David Harrold of Palm Beach Capital Investments and Michelle Palm of Arrowhead Capital...
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