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KSTP has a story about a petition asking retailers to close their doors on holidays so employees can enjoy them too. It quotes college sophomore Alex Johnson asking for time off from Albertville...
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...
There are 25 retailers in Minnesota alone.
SpartanNash—which was formed through the merger of Nash Finch and Spartan Stores—selected Michigan for its headquarters due to financial incentives, a “positive business climate,” and “a more favorable tax environment.”
The retail giant’s third-quarter earnings were held back largely by weaker-than-expected results from its expansion into Canada.
The University of St. Thomas’ Opus College of Business has released its annual holiday shopping survey. The survey says shoppers are planning to spend nearly $837 per household this holiday...
A proposal to put slot machines inside the state’s largest airport has picked up an ally. MPR News reports that Gov. Mark Dayton said if re-elected he may push for state-run slot machines at...
The electronics retailer’s stock is up 235 percent this year but fell Tuesday after the company announced that it expects lower margins due to increased promotional costs.
The merger of Nash Finch and Spartan Stores created SpartanNash Company, although the former brand names will continue to be used in their respective markets.
ValueVision denied investor Clinton Group’s request for a special meeting in January and has instead scheduled the meeting, one at which shareholders may vote on Clinton’s proposals, for March.
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