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"If a business has to go under, I'd prefer that it be a chain," Nancy Breymeier, co-owner of the Amore coffee shop, said.
A recent feasibility study shows that a new convention hotel in Minneapolis would cost about $300 million, and 41 percent of that cost would need to come from public subsidies.
Supervalu, which is now about half of its previous size following the sale of several brands, reported a widened loss and declining sales, but analysts responded positively to remarks from the company's new CEO.
Resort operator Vail Resorts purchased St. Louis Park-based outdoor retailer Hoigaard’s for an undisclosed sum.
Anytime Fitness co-founder Chuck Runyon says the chain is just the beginning.
The longer than usual winter helped boost Polaris' snowmobile sales, although it hurt parts of the company's business that depend on warmer weather, including motorcycle sales.
Two family-owned jewelers prove the luxury
market thrives in the suburbs.
There are new owners, leadership, and an enhanced luxury emphasis at Galleria.
The first three Target stores in Canada were met with mixed reviews as some Canadian customers believed prices were too high.
What began as a snowmobile maker is now the number one powersports company in the United States—and speeding toward becoming a global small-vehicle manufacturer.
Target Field Legends Club - Carew Atrium
June 06, 2013
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