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Take that, Chincoteague and Snohomish! Grand Marais is “America’s Coolest Small Town,” according to Budget Travel Magazine. The North Shore town was named a semifinalist back in...
March 05, 2015
Corporate sponsorships of sports venues and events of all kinds are nothing new, but the trend could reach a new level in Wisconsin. The head of the state’s Department of Natural Resources...
March 03, 2015
Target will cut several thousand jobs at its headquarters in Minnesota over the next two years as it looks to make $2 billion in savings. The Minneapolis-based retailer has been revealing its...
A report ahead of Tuesday’s investor meeting suggests a push to attract younger shoppers.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport could soon have a hotel. A Metropolitan Airports Commission committee approved Graves Hospitality as the developer for a brand new on-site hotel, the Star...
Target and three other national retailers became the latest at the center of debate over more regulation in a $32 billion industry.
February 26, 2015
Some of Target’s major competitors will be raising their minimum wage, but the Minneapolis-based retailer won’t be following suit. Wal-Mart kicked off a wage war after announcing last...
The retailer reported stronger earnings for its final quarter this year and will provide a further look ahead for 2015 next week.
February 25, 2015
Adam Rehberg likes craft beer. He also likes board games. So the Twin Cities man figured, why not put them together and see what brews up? The answer: a lot of interest (and money) from other...
Residents in Massachusetts have been dealing with a record-setting winter, and now homeowners are calling in the experts from Minnesota to help. This mild Minnesota winter has left Hopkins-based...
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