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Wayzata Investment Partners is selling a Texas power plant to a Houston company for nearly $300 million more than it paid for the plant in 2011.
Despite the fact that the Metrodome – for the moment – is still clinging to its spot in downtown Minneapolis, the Minnesota Vikings plan to officially break ground on a new stadium Tuesday. The...
A new report states that there were 31 business expansions announced during the most recent quarter—bringing the tally to 112 during the first nine months of 2013.
Home prices seem to be continuing a slow climb in the 20-city Case-Shiller index, including a 0.8 percent jump in Minneapolis from August to September. Home prices in Minnesota’s biggest city...
Uponor, a Finnish plumbing and indoor climate systems manufacturer, has added 75 jobs in Apple Valley this year and expects its latest expansion to lead to additional hiring.
The facility's owners hope that a new Timberwolves and Lynx training facility will bring “cachet” to the long-troubled property.
In recent years, studies by Forbes, the Brookings Institution and USA Today found that Minneapolis had bounced back—or bounced ever so gently—on the galloping waves of the recession.
Which threatens southwest Minneapolis residents more: an abandoned gas station or a thriving business?
Minnesota Vikings owners will pay an additional $41 million for the new Vikings stadium, in part to preserve proposed “iconic” design features, the Star Tribune reports. Overseers of...
Foreclosures of homes in Minnesota declined again in the third quarter, showing a steep 33 percent drop compared to figures from the same period last year. The Pioneer Press reports that’s...
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