Economic Development

Vikings edge closer to Eagan headquarters; stadium cost fight going to mediator

The Minnesota Vikings have moved another step closer to a new headquarters in Eagan … and a dispute over $15 million worth of construction costs for their new stadium is now scheduled for...

October 07, 2015

Man who led St. Paul's efforts to resurrect old Macy's building to retire

The man responsible for some of the biggest revitalization projects in St. Paul – which may just get a Major League Soccer stadium thanks in part to his efforts – is leaving his job. After seven...

October 06, 2015

The Pacific trade pact and what it means for MN businesses, workers

Minnesota businesses, workers, and elected officials are all working to learn more about the massive Pacific trade agreement reached by negotiators from 12 countries Monday. The Trans Pacific...

October 05, 2015


Minneapolis Construction Exceeds $1B For Fourth-Straight Year

With three months left in the year, the city passed the $1 billion mark in part because of major construction projects in Downtown East.

September 23, 2015


Minneapolis Moving Forward On New Worker Protections, Will Consider Minimum-Wage Study

While the council appears united on issues like mandatory sick leave and fair scheduling rules, there is no consensus on whether Minneapolis should go it alone on a higher minimum wage.

September 22, 2015


State Adds 7,300 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Steady

The economy continued to recover in August, but the results have been uneven.

September 17, 2015

Arctic Cat

Arctic Cat Relocating HQ To North Loop

The recreational vehicle manufacturer is leaving its suburban digs for a more urban vibe.

September 08, 2015

Improving economy blamed for statewide school bus driver shortage

As the new school year starts, a number of Minnesota school districts are struggling to find enough bus drivers. The Duluth News Tribune reports that both the Duluth and Proctor district are...

September 04, 2015

North Loop

North Loop A Hotspot For Tech Companies

CBRE study rates the area among nation’s top growing markets.

September 03, 2015

Duluth ready to raise curtain on restoration of historic NorShor Theatre

If the anticipation of the NorShor Theatre’s reopening had included a drumroll, there’d be some mighty tired wrists by now. But backers of the project to revive the historic theater in...

September 01, 2015

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