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High expectations have left some Canadian shoppers disappointed with Target’s prices and selection; analysts say: Just give it time.
The Metropolitan Council’s new proposals for re-routing existing freight rail to make room for the Southwest Light-Rail Corridor include a route through the St. Louis Park High School football field.
International Falls hopes to diversify its economy by emphasizing the “international.”
A new bioenergy production plant in South St. Paul is expected to add 20 permanent jobs.
Minnesota’s tax rates and other fiscal policies ranked the state among the worst in the country in a new economic-outlook report, which was produced by a group that advocates for free-market enterprise and limited government.
What is it about Minnesota and festivals? And what economic impact do they have?
Shares of Multiband Corporation’s stock jumped 25 percent on news that Goodman Networks will acquire it.
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.
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