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Hannon Security Services, Inc., was bought by California-based Universal Protection Service, one of the largest security companies in the country.
March 11, 2014
The $97 million Target Center revamp is now open for bids from architectural and engineering firms looking to finalize the project’s design.
Morris Goodwin will fill a vacancy left after longtime Chief Financial Officer Mark Alfuth retired last summer.
The purchase of downtown Minneapolis' Hampton Inn & Suites will boost a Texas-based Real Estate Investment Trust’s local hotel portfolio.
The Hard Rock Café confirmed plans to add a Mall of America location with a live music space that can accommodate up to 1,200.
The Swiss watchmaker seeks to stop Target from selling the watches, to recoup profits Target has made from the watches, and to be awarded capital damages.
"Co-working" space CoCo hopes a series of women-focused events, which are being sponsored by Google, will help bolster its female membership.
The collision-repair chain continues to grow, and it’s actively seeking additional acquisition opportunities.
The Caribou Coffee shop in Brooklyn Park reopened Monday after voluntarily closing on Friday and remaining closed over the weekend due to an apparent norovirus outbreak. Company officials with...
Minnesota restaurant, resort and hotel owners descended on the state Capitol Monday in an effort to convince lawmakers not to increase the state’s minimum wage, MPR News reports. Bills under...
March 10, 2014
Greyhound buses are resuming service in St. Paul, after pulling out of the city for Minneapolis two years ago, MPR News reports. Starting Tuesday, the bus company will offer six daily departures...
Plans to relocate the Dorothy Day Center, which serves people who are homeless and in poverty, to the east side of St. Paul have been scrapped, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. St. Paul Mayor...
The Minneapolis-based Ackerberg Group expects to close on the deal for the Uptown Minneapolis complex in early April.
Target is expanding its selection of Major League Baseball merchandise and is working with the league to recognize all-star educators.
TST Media, which operates under the Sport Ngin brand, reportedly received $10 million from Piper Jaffray and $5 million from a California venture capitalist firm.
There’s a deadline crunch approaching for Minnesotans to sign up for health insurance coverage for 2014, and MnSure is engaged in “March to Enroll,” a major push to help people...
Kozlak’s Royal Oak Restaurant in Shoreview is closing March 15 after nearly 40 years in business. The property has been sold to a developer who plans to demolish the restaurant to make way for a...
March 09, 2014
How about a game of Angry Birds to keep you satiated while waiting for an order of wings? Buffalo Wilds Wings announced it is implementing tabletop touch tablets to its North American locations...
March 07, 2014
In sync with a nationwide trend, the number of Minnesotans “underwater” on their mortgages is on the decline, Minnesota Public Radio reports. Citing a study from California research...
The president and CEO of Cliffs Natural Resources says the company’s three Minnesota taconite mines will operate near full capacity with stable employment this year. Gary Halverson told...
March 06, 2014
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