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Just in time for the holidays in the Great White North, Target will open more Canadian stores. The Dow Jones Newswires reports the Minneapolis-based retailer said Monday that it will open 31...
Target and General Mills each paid cash grants of more than $100 million last year, although both companies allocated just 18 percent of those grants within Minnesota.
Often, commercial property is put up for sale when profits dwindle. But that’s not the case with the storied Gunflint Lodge, which the Duluth News Tribune says went on the market this week...
Four top local concierges answer business travelers’ most frequently asked questions.
The recreational vehicle company’s stock dropped more than 15 percent Thursday morning after its earnings fell well-below Wall Street expectations for the company's second quarter.
From tactical vehicles for armies to off-road ambulances in India, Polaris is adding products at home and aboard, and it reported a record-breaking third quarter.
The asking price for Eden Prairie Center was nearly $100 million, and the Cahill Plaza shopping center sold for more than $8 million.
By partnering with e-commerce service provider ChannelAdvisor, Best Buy has increased the number of products it offers online from third-party sellers.
The pressure’s on for retailers to stand out this holiday season; Target has added electronics, video games, and sporting goods to its “top toys” list and will feature a promotional video series featuring a former CIA officer.
Months after selling off a huge chunk of its business, Supervalu’s second-quarter profits and revenue both beat analyst expectations.
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