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The White House has decided to fast-track the federal permitting and environmental review process for the Southwest Corridor light-rail line.
Phoenix International is the second company that C.H. Robinson has agreed to buy this month.
The dealerships included in the deal are Carousel Audi and Carousel Porsche, both in Golden Valley; Maplewood Audi; and Maplewood Imports—which sells both Mercedes-Benz and Porsche vehicles.
The move marks the brand’s first foray into Europe, where the company plans to continue to expand.
The new name, XRS, stands for Xata Road Science—and it was driven by the company’s new mobile cloud platform, which was designed to slash trucking costs and help fleets and drivers remain compliant with federal and state regulations.
Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft will produce airframe components for ICON Aircraft’s light sport planes, which can take off and land on water or conventional runways.
Local hotel rates are also likely to increase next year, but Twin Cities car rentals are expected to go down in price, according to a report by Carlson Wagonlit Travel.
Spirit Airlines will offer nonstop flights from the Twin Cities to Dallas, Fort Myers, Florida, and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while Southwest Airlines plans to add flights to Kansas City, Missouri.
The U is involved in an effort to rebuild a 1937 steam engine as a green energy game-changer.
Jon Charles Salon is taking the mobile services trend to hair-raising heights.
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