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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?
Post 9/11 veterans are a gold mine of management talent. So why don’t more employers see them that way?
About $590 million worth of SBA loans were approved in Minnesota during the latest fiscal year, down from last year; the state, however, remains a national leader in SBA lending.
After being delisted from Nasdaq and moving to a smaller exchange, Granite City Food & Brewery is now thinking of deregistering its shares altogether to reduce costs.
Another step forward for the new $62 million Saints baseball stadium as St. Paul’s city council voted 5-0 Wednesday to issue $8.5 million in bonds toward construction of the Lowertown...
From tactical vehicles for armies to off-road ambulances in India, Polaris is adding products at home and aboard, and it reported a record-breaking third quarter.
The asking price for Eden Prairie Center was nearly $100 million, and the Cahill Plaza shopping center sold for more than $8 million.
Eight financial services firms—led by RBC Capital Markets—were selected to provide underwriting services for the issuance of bonds to finance the new stadium.
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