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Metro Transit hopes to help bus passengers stay connected by testing free Wi-Fi on several of its routes. The Twin Cities’ biggest transit company announced it is testing the service on...
August 20, 2015
Mark Pulido takes over for retiring Mark Briggs.
Sales shot up more than 7 percent for the Bloomington lawn maintenance company. Toro has refined its full-year earnings outlook, increasing it to $3.50.
Unemployment in Minnesota rose to 4 percent in July, a month in which employers eliminated a net of 3,900 jobs. Figures from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED...
Jennie-O Turkey had a rough quarter, which the company is attributing to the devastating bird flu – but some workers that were laid off earlier this year have gotten their jobs back. In its latest...
Target CEO Brian Cornell said its stores too often have items out of stock, as he revealed a more downbeat financial outlook for the retailer despite positive 2nd Quarter results. According to...
August 19, 2015
The Minneapolis retailer made $400 million more than it did a year ago. Meanwhile, Target executives voice hopes to rebrand its grocery and retail experience.
The rising cost of rent isn’t just a problem in the Twin Cities, it’s affecting people all around the state, especially as the average renters’ income falls. Twenty-seven percent...
American Indian tribes in Minnesota and Wisconsin are asking members to vote on whether alcohol and marijuana should be sold – a move tribal officials say will help the reservations’...
Twenty-one companies are competing for $327,000 in prizes.
August 18, 2015
Target plans to cover the expenses incurred by Visa card issuers after millions of customer’s personal data was stolen in 2013.
Local businesses won out over national chains as the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport selected roughly 50 new restaurant and retail stores to set up shop inside Terminal 1. At a five-hour...
If your neighborhood doesn’t have a grocery store and you don’t have a car, how do you get healthy food at a reasonable price? For residents of two Duluth neighborhoods considered food...
August 17, 2015
In tune with Pentair’s history, the global company will invest into a field largely outside its water equipment product line.
John Mulligan, Target’s CFO who also filled in as interim CEO last year, is taking up a newly created position within the company.
The Minnetonka industrial and agriculture giant continues investment in the aquaculture industry, which is now larger than beef production.
The Mendota-based Sun Country Airlines has hired a new CEO and president who will move over from Hallmark Business Connections, the company announced Friday. Zarir Erani starts on Sept. 8 and takes...
August 15, 2015
Despite seeing the second highest level of production on record in June, North Dakota officials have warned the state’s oil industry will contract if prices don’t recover. The ND...
Second quarter results revealed a nearly 12 percent dip in net sales for the women’s retailer as its 532 stores battle poor mall traffic and other challenges.
August 14, 2015
Minnesota is already well on its way to meeting power plant carbon emission targets set out in the federal Clean Power Plan, according to one research group. The final version of the plan was...
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