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August 26, 2014
More than 77,000 signatures urging the Vikings to use bird-friendly glass on their new stadium landed in Gov. Mark Dayton’s office Tuesday morning, as bird advocates squawk their objections...
The former owner of Duluth’s now-closed Last Place on Earth head shop, who was recently sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for selling illegal synthetic drugs, has filed an appeal. The...
In a busy year for the Fridley-based medical technology company, Medtronic moved to bolster its neuroscience efforts with Tuesday’s purchase of Sapiens SBS.
CEO Dan Hanrahan said Regis is seeing progress at its top locations, but “significant work is ahead of us before we achieve similar results across 7,000 salons.”
The Richfield-based electronics giant forecasted single-digit declines in sales for the year’s third and fourth quarters, citing industry trends.
An appeals court upheld an earlier decision to dismiss the claims that an investment fund liquidator brought against U.S. Bank.
Mayo Clinic is the first to offer a reliable alternative to the dreaded colonoscopy. Hospital officials announced Monday they’ll be the first in the U.S. to offer the FDA-approved Cologuard...
Incumbent DFL U.S. Senator Al Franken has jumped out to a 9-point lead over his Republican challenger, businessman and political newcomer Mike McFadden, who won the party endorsement in May. KSTP...
The next issue in the battle over tobacco is cheap little cigars. Anti-smoking activists in Minnesota are urging municipalities to put new restrictions on the sales of single cigars and cigarillos,...
The Golden Valley chain's latest move provides the rising king of chicken wings with its second ‘Fast Casual’ concept.
August 25, 2014
The Chanhassen-based fitness chain says one of the companies would be a real estate investment trust for all of its properties.
Parents: Let your teenagers sleep. That’s the message in a new policy statement released Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The group is recommending that middle and high schools delay...
Goodwill has opened a new store catering to millennials in Minneapolis’ Dinkytown neighborhood, just as a popular vintage shop a few miles away has announced it’s closing its doors for...
Decision sidesteps any concern about the new stadium being run by AEG, which is tied to conservative billionaire Philip Anschutz.
In the first public polling released since the state primary, KSTP’s SurveyUSA poll shows DFL Governor Mark Dayton outpolling Republican challenger Jeff Johnson. Conducted over a three-day...
In the war between computer users and hackers, it seems the hackers are winning. Not only have we heard about large companies like Target and Supervalu, whose customer data has been attacked. But...
August 24, 2014
Monday morning will mark two weeks since Kelly Phillips, an executive at Boston Scientific, was fatally shot in the parking lot of an Arden Hills gas station, and his friends are hoping an...
Seven of Minnesota’s most successful innovators share how they foster and lead creativity within their organizations.
August 22, 2014
The Twin Cities’ newest light rail line is sparking criticism over what some say are unnecessary delays on the train’s 11-mile route between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul. Much of the...
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