Target will pay up to $19M to settle data breach claims with MasterCard

Nearly 18 months after it was first discovered, Target is once again resolving one of the legal issues stemming from the headline-grabbing holiday data breach. This time, it’s with MasterCard...

April 16, 2015

MOA drops restitution demand from Black Lives Matter protesters

The Mall of America is no longer seeking $40,000 in restitution from the Black Lives Matter protesters who demonstrated at the mall on Dec. 20, one of the busiest days of the holiday shopping...

April 15, 2015

Roll out the umlaut: Dayton orders MnDOT to re-dot Lindström

Gov. Mark Dayton plunged into a road sign controversy in an unequivocal way Wednesday, issuing an executive order requiring Minnesota’s Department of Transportation to use umlauts on road...

April 15, 2015

Details of 160K current and former Metro State students exposed in data breach

A data breach at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul exposed the personal information of 160,000 students past and present. The university announced Tuesday the result of its investigation...

April 15, 2015

U.S. Bancorp Sees Solid First Quarter

Loan volume up 5.1 percent.

April 15, 2015


Evereve Sells Minority Stake To Investors

It's the company's first investment besides friends and family.

April 15, 2015

Rep. McCollum proposes bill to restrict mining near BWCA

Saying she wants to protect “two special national treasures” in northern Minnesota, U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum said Tuesday she will introduce legislation to ban future copper and nickel...

April 14, 2015

Norwest Raises $2.4B In Capital

It’s the largest capital raise in the firm’s history.

April 14, 2015

MN company's heart valve device implanted in US patient for 1st time

A less invasive operation to replace an ailing heart valve was performed for the first time in the United States Monday – and it happened at a Minnesota hospital, using a Minnesota product. In a...

April 14, 2015

Stadium funding up for debate as MN United owner meets lawmakers

In a crunch week for the future of soccer in the Twin Cities, the owner of Minnesota United will meet with lawmakers to discuss plans for a $150-$200 million stadium in downtown Minneapolis. The...

April 14, 2015

Best Buy will sell new 'smart' drone designed to simplify aerial photography

America’s biggest maker of drone aircraft rolled out its newest model Monday and announced it will be sold at Best Buy stores. The Twin Cities-based electronics retailer says in a statement...

April 13, 2015

Could Apple Watch apps be a home run for MN companies?

We’re still more than a week away from the release of the Apple Watch. But in an effort to stay ahead of the technological curve, some businesses are already getting their own software for...

April 13, 2015

Raht Racer

Raht Racer Competes for Clean Energy Dollars

Electric vehicle invented by former “Let’s Bowl” co-host.

April 10, 2015

Dayton urges lawmakers to take political risks by backing preschool, road money

Gov. Mark Dayton used his State of the State speech Thursday to urge Minnesota lawmakers to look beyond public opinion polls and take political risks, namely by supporting new state spending on...

April 09, 2015


Zillow Surveys Financials of Buying Vs. Renting In Twin Cities

Report puts “break-even horizon” at 2.2 years.

April 09, 2015

Dangerous Man

Dangerous Man Brewing Looks to Expand

Plan would expand production, retail space.

April 09, 2015


SparkStarter Hits 100,000 Downloads, Raises $250K In Funding

The Woodbury-based app officially launched less than two months ago.

April 08, 2015

Popular farmers market will have new home during Nicollet Mall revamp

The popular downtown Minneapolis farmers market will have a new home this summer as Nicollet Mall gets a $50 million facelift. For decades shoppers have flocked to Nicollet Mall to buy fruits...

April 08, 2015

Counties hire lobbyist to push back against unelected Met Council

Is the Metropolitan Council dishing out transportation dollars in appropriate fashion? Or could the group be violating federal rules? Officials with four different suburban counties say the Met...

April 08, 2015

Senator's scaled-back plan for free college would target worker shortages

A northwestern Minnesota lawmaker has scaled back his plan to ease worker shortages in certain industries by having the state cover tuition at 2-year colleges. Under DFL Sen. LeRoy Stumpf’s...

April 07, 2015

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