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Maurices released new details—including renderings—of its planned 11-story headquarters building in downtown Duluth.
Don Ness celebrated his 40th birthday on Thursday by accepting the Person of the Year award for his outstanding leadership in strengthening Minnesota’s economy and culture.
One of the biggest players in the coffee-and-donut world is making a play for Minnesota. Northland’s News Center reports Dunkin’ Donuts is working to line up investors for 10 franchises...
Under Ness’ leadership, Duluth has triumphed over dire challenges and come through the Great Recession—and a severe 2012 flood—with prospects brighter than it’s seen in several decades.
The St. Paul Port Authority will market the site of the former Macy's store in downtown St. Paul for redevelopment, and it seeks a buyer that can bring its own financing to the table.
A “significant” amount of Snap Fitness shares are changing hands as TZP Capital Partners buys Summit Partners’ more than $200 million stake in the company.
The Nebraska-based hunting- and fishing-gear retailer said it plans to hire about 150 full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees this month for its Woodbury store, which opens this spring.
Minnesota had fewer new business licenses in 2013 than the previous year, but Secretary of State officials say it was still the third-highest total ever. “This is a positive signal of Minnesota’s...
Minneapolis broke a record last year for the total value of construction projects it approved, which together were worth almost as much as the 2010 and 2011 projects combined.
Call center rivals Stream Global Services and Convergys Corporation are expected to combine in the first quarter of 2014, which would create a company with about 125,000 employees at 135 different facilities.
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