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Olympus Surgical Technologies America plans to begin construction on a $37 million R&D and manufacturing facility by the end of the year.
As the Verso Paper mill is being demolished in Sartell, the St. Cloud Times found that many workers who lost their jobs after a fire in May of 2012 closed the mill are still seeking work. The story...
Selected “pop-up shops” will operate rent-free for two to three months as part of a program meant to fill vacant Duluth storefronts during the holidays.
On this day at least, Surly Brewing Co.’s name was a misnomer. Company executives happily toasted the start of construction at their future home in Minneapolis Tuesday, MPR reports. Plans for...
The economic development group said it has helped attract dozens of projects, but what does it mean for the organization to “assist” on a deal?
The building, which will be owned by Maurices, will be 10 to 12 stories, rather than the previously planned 15, and the overall cost will be reduced as well.
A deal announced Monday, which must be approved by the Minneapolis City Council, calls for the city to pay $48.5 million for the renovation, as well as at least $50 million in ongoing capital improvements.
Just in time for the holidays in the Great White North, Target will open more Canadian stores. The Dow Jones Newswires reports the Minneapolis-based retailer said Monday that it will open 31...
The fast-growing Twin Cities bike-share program Nice Ride is looking to expand outside its metro core, the Star Tribune reports. The popular service, which allows people to check out bikes for a...
Northwestern Minnesota has low unemployment and booming companies hungry for workers. What is its secret?
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