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A new 40-story tower proposal may buck the recent rental trend.
July 31, 2014
It’s yet to be seen where Brian Cornell will take Target next, but analysts agree that the company was smart to fill the CEO role quickly and dispel uncertainty.
Carleton College and Macalester College both appear on Forbes' list, which is based on 12 different measures and emphasizes students' return on investment.
The good news for travelers: Airfares at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport began a descent early this year – ticket prices fell further at MSP than at any of the nation’s 20 busiest...
The lawsuit calls out the NHL’s condoning of fist-fighting and “extreme violence” and says the league failed to adequately inform players of the risks of brain injury.
The CEO of Pepsi’s food division, Brian Cornell, will replace Target’s interim CEO John Mulligan.
Hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans will get a pay raise Friday as the state’s minimum wage increases for the first time in a decade. As of midnight Friday, the state’s minimum wage...
Bird advocates may be gaining a huge ally in their fight to get specialized glass to prevent bird deaths at the new Vikings stadium. The Star Tribune reports the Minneapolis City Council will...
A 13-month contract standoff between Minnesota’s state universities and its faculty members may finally be over. The union representing faculty at the seven state universities says it has...
July 30, 2014
Following the death of its former president, David Olson, the chamber has named Bill Blazar his provisional replacement.
How does a zippy 45-minute trip from the Twin Cities to Rochester sound? That could be a reality in the coming years, as a group of transportation officials explore a plan for a high-speed Zip Rail...
Minnesota is first on a new list of Midwestern states attracting the most health care technology startup investment in almost 10 years. The list was released as part of the BioEnterprise Midwest...
The restaurant chain said its profits climbed by 44 percent, boosted by a substantial sports season and cheaper chicken.
State officials are asking the federal government to add 30 more counties and two tribal governments to the list of areas that can receive disaster aid due to severe flood damage in June. The...
July 29, 2014
Just over 20 percent of Twin Cities adults with a credit file have debt in collections, meaning their non-mortgage debts, such as medical bills, credit card bills, car or student loans, are so late...
Dozens of barges and their tugboats can’t get south of Winona, Minnesota, and officials are blaming last month’s record-setting rainfall. Unprecedented levels of sand have halted...
Amid a significant upheaval of the local grocery scene, Hy-Vee is expanding further into the Twin Cities with a new store in Oakdale.
The owner of Snap Fitness hopes to eventually sell 1,000 franchise licenses for YogaFit, and it currently has six new Twin Cities locations in the works.
A reconstruction of the often-congested corridor could begin in 2015.
The med-tech firm was already an investor in Visualase and said the acquisition will help expand its surgical technologies business.
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