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Target opened a new office in San Francisco that will focus on finding and fostering partnerships for technological innovation.
The Edina hospital hopes to raise $15 million by the end of 2014 to help fund the $39 million expansion of its emergency center.
A state official called April a “pretty bad month” but said that the slight decline in the unemployment rate signals a longer-term, more positive trend.
The proposal calls for the development of two 20-story office towers, a skyway-connected parking ramp, apartments, and a green space for “rail-gating”—but it is contingent upon several factors.
Granite City Food & Brewery’s revenue increased by 22 percent and its loss narrowed in its most recent quarter.
A building with 165 luxury apartment units is being built near The Shops at West End in Golden Valley.
ATK will buy firearm designer and manufacturer Savage Sports, whose parent company, Caliber, is a portfolio business of Minneapolis-based Norwest Equity Partners.
Thirty ideas for improving St. Paul—ranging from the construction of a “floating museum” to mobile food shelves—are competing for a $1 million prize.
The value of Minnesota’s exports rose $246 million in 2012, an increase of 1.2 percent and enough to set another annual record; the state’s top export category was machinery.
Holiday Stationstores purchased seven of its rival’s convenience stores in Rochester and plans additional growth.
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