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CEOs Turning Their Focus To Brand Identity

When a company calls, Tait Subler wants to talk to the boss.

April 29, 2016

Competitive Edge

How Wayzata Bait & Tackle Reels In Success

A changing industry and big chains make it a competitive field.

April 29, 2016


NoSweat Breaks Out

Has an Excelsior company developed a better sweatband?

April 29, 2016

Family-Owned Bachman's Names First Female President

Susan Bachman West's promotion marks the fifth generation of the family to hold the position.

April 28, 2016

Target in 2015: Here are some interesting numbers from its new report

Target’s sales hit $73.785 billion in 2015. The retailer, which is based in Minneapolis, put out its annual review Tuesday morning outlining the numbers from last year. After all the math...

April 26, 2016

Welcome: Target supports bathrooms to match gender identity

Target wants people to feel “accepted, respected and welcomed” in its stores. That’s according to a news release the Minnesota company put out Tuesday. If using the restroom is...

April 19, 2016

Cub Foods is seeking 50+ new managers for Minnesota stores

Cub Foods is hiring over 50 workers to fill management-level positions in Minnesota. Available positions include store directors, assistant store directors, pharmacists, and department managers...

April 19, 2016

Taylor Communications To Acquire Staples Print Solutions

The companies already work together closely.

April 19, 2016


The Tile Shop’s Q1 Results Send Shares Soaring

Both the retailer’s profits and sales experienced double digit growth.

April 19, 2016

Reports: Target is raising its minimum wage for employees again

Reuters reports Target will soon pay all employees a minimum of $10 an hour. Molly Snyder, a spokesperson for Target, said in a statement she can’t confirm the Reuters (or Wall Street Journal...

April 19, 2016

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