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The company will take home $80,000 in seed capital.
September 23, 2016
Target’s tiny carts are done. The Minneapolis-based retailer introduced shopping carts for kids to push around the store last month, but after getting a lot of negative feedback – including a...
September 22, 2016
The university was named a Udall Center of Excellence in Parkinson’s Disease Research, and also earned the right to open a prestigious Udall Center on its campus.
After inking a purported $250 million deal, the sports data company now holds official partnerships with three of the four major U.S. leagues.
Federal prosecutors say five executives spent a decade embezzling money from the Twin Cities company that is America’s biggest hearing aid maker, stealing $20 million from Starkey...
September 21, 2016
After a nearly year long court battle, that public spat in court over the Wells Fargo rooftop signs near U.S. Bank Stadium is finally over. There’s a whole lot of legalese background that you...
Cereals without artificial flavors or colors proved to be popular, the company said, although its falling yogurt sales offset most of those gains.
The company hopes new additions to the menu and a bolder look will improve sales.
Deal will push health care services company’s revenue over $100 million.
Coverage 10% cheaper nationally, 16% cheaper in Minnesota, study finds.
A focus on technology transfer at Mayo’s Transform 2016 conference.
The Minnesota State Capitol is going greener. Under a new partnership with Xcel Energy, one-third of the newly renovated state Capitol’s energy will eventually come from renewable sources...
First it was Target, now Macy’s has revealed its hiring plans for the holiday season, with more than 1,000 seasonal jobs available in the region. Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s...
How much anger have Wells Fargo and its CEO stirred up? Enough to get Democrats and Republicans at the U.S. Capitol to agree on something. A rare dose of bipartisanship was displayed by the Senate...
September 20, 2016
You know how much you love having Comcast as your pay-TV provider? Well starting next year they could be your cellphone provider as well. Comcast Corp. CEO Brian Roberts announced Tuesday the...
Irene Waldridge began work on her latest business, Eva Medtec, in 2012, shortly after leaving her role as Tactile Medical’s vice president and chief technologist.
A restaurant and ice cream store in a quiet Minnesota town is the center of controversy after the owner put up a sign that reads “MUSLIMS GET OUT.” The sign outside Treats Family...
The celebrity television star and chef is teaching the basics of cooking on a Minneapolis-based education platform.
Two of Minnesota’s Kmart stores will be closing. The stores in Moorhead and West St. Paul will shut down later this year, Howard Riefs of Sears Holdings (which owns Sears and Kmart) confirmed...
If the manufacturer doesn’t require premium gas, don’t put it in your car. That’s according to a AAA study, which found drivers in the United States wasted more than $2.1 billion...
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