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The Minnesota Department of Transportation will try for the first time overnight Wednesday a new technique that will effectively “push” the new Larpenteur Avenue bridge into place, the...
July 09, 2014
In spite of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that was widely viewed as a setback to their cause, a union is moving ahead with its effort to organize Minnesota’s home health care...
July 08, 2014
It’s days before MLB All-Star Game events kick off, and Target Field and the city of Minneapolis are making their final preparations. “This is a multimillion dollar puzzle that a lot of...
Marcia Ballinger and Lars Leafblad have formed Ballinger | Leafblad, Inc., and their initial clients include the Bush Foundation, CaringBridge, the University of Minnesota, and more.
Ginny Morris, a third-generation broadcaster and chair of Hubbard Radio, will take on the role of chief executive from Bruce Reese.
HighJump Software, a former 3M subsidiary, announced that it is merging with a rival warehouse management software firm.
Blattner Energy, which already has some solar projects in Puerto Rico, is establishing an official presence on the island and hopes to capitalize as Puerto Ricans adopt more renewable energy options.
A Met Council leader touted the proposed deal as a “win-win,” while Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges characterized it more as a sacrifice that the city would make for the greater good of improving Twin Cities transit.
UnitedHealth Group and CHS moved up on this year’s list; Target, Best Buy, and 3M slid to lower positions but still made the cut.
In shortcakes, cobblers, jams, or plucked and eaten straight from the carton, it’s turning into a very good year for Mother Nature’s candy. The Associated Press reports that Minnesota...
Sick of waiting in line to buy a beer at a busy concession stand at Target Field? Never fear, beer is here… and it’s being delivered to fans in a brand new way. Self-serve beer stations...
July 07, 2014
The Graves 601 is now called Loews Minneapolis Hotel and is planning a $7 million renovation; it also filled the former Bradstreet Craftshouse space with a new concept called Cask Cookhouse.
They include protein-rich cereal and yogurt; boldly flavored snacks such as habanero lime Chex Mix; gluten-free foods, including granola, oatmeal, and pizza crusts; indulgent desserts such as “stuffed cookies”; and more.
Good news for those looking to attend events around next Tuesday’s MLB All-Star Game – they’re slightly cheaper than they were a few weeks ago. Tickets to this year’s All-Star...
Five Minnesotans are among the White House’s 140 summer interns. The Star Tribune says the following college students were selected from across the country to participate in the program...
July 06, 2014
Target is preparing to open its smallest store ever later this month. MPR News reports the 20,000 square foot prototype will open on July 27 in Dinkytown, near the University of Minnesota. Called &...
July 05, 2014
Smack Shack, World Street Kitchen, Fulton Beer, Day Block Brewing Company, Louie’s Wine Dive, Lake & Irving, Yogurt Lab, and Agra Culture hope to add outdoor space.
July 03, 2014
The Minneapolis newspaper is one of the largest city dailies to offer free digital access to the Washington Post.
The Minneapolis-based biotechnology company bought Novus Biologicals for $60 million, less than a month after spending $300 million on a protein analysis company based in California.
Although the St. Paul-based snack food company was bought by an out-of-state competitor, the buyer is keeping the Minnesota employees where they are.
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