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The number of people living in downtown Minneapolis rose by 25 percent over the last 10 years. That’s according to the Minneapolis Downtown Council, which in an update to its “2025 Plan...
February 02, 2016
There won’t be a special session in the next month. Gov. Mark Dayton told media members today that with “great regret,” he was announcing there will be no special session to...
School choice is more important for those majoring in business and liberal arts than STEM.
February 01, 2016
A new article in Canadian Business examines the short life and many failures of the retailer's adventures in the north.
The average worker now takes home a six-figure salary.
Some of Minnesota’s political, educational and business leaders took a public stance against prejudice toward Muslims in a Star Tribune ad published Monday. “Though we may be a soft...
The purchase will expand Medtronic’s portfolio in the global dialysis market, which is said to be worth more than $75 billion.
The three-month period where Minnesotans could buy health insurance coverage through MNsure is now over – and nearly half of those who signed up for private plans were new to the program. Monday...
August Schell Brewing Company is celebrating its purchase of the iconic Grain Belt beer sign on Nicollet Island with the release of a new beer. The New Ulm-based brewery, which owns and brews Grain...
Adverts that likened yogurts from General Mills’ Yoplait brand to bug spray have been banned following a lawsuit. Golden Valley-based General Mills sued after competitor Chobani ran ads for...
January 29, 2016
The company hopes to remove artificial flavors and colors from all of its cereals by 2017.
The Minnesota Commerce Department is warning people to be careful paying at the pump. The department put out a news release saying criminals may be using credit card skimmers – small electronic...
January 28, 2016
Two of the hottest neighborhoods this year are in Minneapolis, according to one website. Redfin – a real estate company – put out its annual list of the 10 neighborhoods it predicts will be highly...
Six community colleges from Minnesota have been named in the Top 150 in the country by The Aspen Institute, putting them in the running for a $1 million prize. The international education nonprofit...
A teaching union is once again taking up the fight to make tuition-free, pre-kindergarten education available to all Minnesota families. Funding universal pre-K was Gov. Mark Dayton’s main...
A Minnesota sheriff’s deputy has been charged after police say he stole from a law enforcement prescription drug drop-off box and took toys from a toy drive. Travis Sebring, 33, of Grove City...
The inventor previously sued 3M making a similar claim in 1997.
This is the first time that the state has topped the ranking.
The ad agency is being consolidated with its media-planning subsidiary and McCann’s General Mills account team.
Minnesota’s health department once again paid benefits to people enrolled in public health care programs even though they were ineligible – potentially costing the state up to $271 million...
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