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How about a game of Angry Birds to keep you satiated while waiting for an order of wings? Buffalo Wilds Wings announced it is implementing tabletop touch tablets to its North American locations...
The president and CEO of Cliffs Natural Resources says the company’s three Minnesota taconite mines will operate near full capacity with stable employment this year. Gary Halverson told...
Companion bills at the state legislature aim to allow craft distilleries to sell products on-site, similarly to how craft breweries sell beer at “taprooms.”
Less than a month after the company’s CEO resigned, Famous Dave’s chose to fire its president and chief operating officer.
University of Minnesota researchers say that resilient wine grapes developed by the university are key contributors to an industry whose economic impact exceeds $400 million.
Caribou Coffee added a variety of new bakery offerings Tuesday and plans to follow them up with hot sandwiches in a few months, as well as snacks like hummus and pita bread later this year.
Hy-Vee, which has 235 stores in eight states, is planning to add several stores in the metro area.
Vikre Distillery in Duluth is now producing its locally inspired gin. The distillery is the first craft distillery in Duluth and one of the first in Minnesota since Prohibition, according to the...
Got guests? Treat them to a meal at one of the restaurants favored by local CEOs.
Eleven Twin Cities chefs and businesses were named as semifinalists in the 2014 James Beard Foundation Awards for restaurants and chefs on Wednesday. The awards began in 1990 and have been likened...
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