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The facility's owners hope that a new Timberwolves and Lynx training facility will bring “cachet” to the long-troubled property.
In recent years, studies by Forbes, the Brookings Institution and USA Today found that Minneapolis had bounced back—or bounced ever so gently—on the galloping waves of the recession.
For Minneapolis and St. Paul to remain prosperous, we should learn from other cities, like Denver.
SpartanNash—which was formed through the merger of Nash Finch and Spartan Stores—selected Michigan for its headquarters due to financial incentives, a “positive business climate,” and “a more favorable tax environment.”
The retail giant’s third-quarter earnings were held back largely by weaker-than-expected results from its expansion into Canada.
Minnesota’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.8 percent in October, a rate last seen in January 2008; a declining labor force participation rate, however, has contributed to the trend.
Adding $18 billion in assets, Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp purchased Quintillion Limited for an undisclosed sum and, separately, announced a partnership with American Express.
Proposals to bring nostalgia-evoking streetcars back to St. Paul and Minneapolis are driving forward. St. Paul studied the issue for a year and this week officials narrowed a list of potential...
Due to a decline in unemployment insurance, the state recently approved a reduction in related taxes.
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