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Glasses wearers rejoice: Warby Parker is opening its first retail shop in Minnesota. Warby Parker – a company that offers designer eyewear at a cheaper price (starting at $95) –has been available...
June 30, 2015
Douglas Loon currently serves as vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Collectively, the two’s crop input businesses sold $7.5 billion in crop protection, seed and nutrient products last year.
Finding a lower-priced apartment in the Twin Cities is getting harder and harder, a new report says. According to the Minnesota Housing Partnership’s latest 2×4 report (released Tuesday)...
The much-discussed and long-awaited renovation of Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis is about to get underway. Construction on the two-year project begins Monday, and the street will be closed...
Twenty percent of the awarded grants will go to decontaminating the Macy’s building of asbestos and lead-based paint.
June 29, 2015
How the popular music landmark is tackling changing trends and maintaining relevance in the dawn of digital.
Gov. Mark Dayton told reporters Monday that he does plan to reinstate pay raises to his commissioners on Wednesday, saying the hike in pay is essential to providing strong government services and...
Settlements stem from violations on municipal bond sales.
June 25, 2015
Minneapolis-based health IT firm growing at fast clip.
The North Star State received national recognition primarily for its quality of life, economy and education departments.
Kathee Tesija is leaving the company in early July but will continue to serve an advisory role through next year.
The United States Supreme Court says the Affordable Care Act is able to provide financial help to low-income Americans purchasing health insurance through the federal health exchange, the New York...
The Minnesota Wild will open the 2015-16 season with back-to-back games against division rivals. The full NHL regular season schedule was released Thursday, one day after the Wild announced it will...
The state’s grades mostly improved or remained the same.
June 24, 2015
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents approved a plan Wednesday that will raise tuition for Minnesota residents by 1.5 percent, while out-of-state students will see a 7 percent jump. The...
A Twin Cities craft beer retailer is going out of business this week, less than a year after it opened a second location. The Four Firkins – located in Oakdale and St. Louis Park – announced...
The Minnesota United has its sights set on building a new Major League Soccer stadium in downtown Minneapolis, but if that doesn’t end up working out there are two nearby cities offering to...
A new billboard proclaiming St. Paul as the craft beer capital of Minnesota isn’t sitting well with Duluth’s mayor. The billboard (pictured above) popped up recently on Grand Avenue in...
While most executives check in with their company during their time off, Minnesotans are less likely to do so than their national counterparts.
June 23, 2015
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