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The Target Center has been awfully quiet, some might say empty, in the eight years since Kevin Garnett was traded to the Boston Celtics. But when “Da’ Kid” was traded back to...
February 20, 2015
If you’re catching a Delta flight from Minneapolis-St Paul anytime in the next five weeks, you might want to wait a while to get your bags. Delta has announced a “Bags on Time”...
With its latest acquisition, 3M hopes to raise its profile in the medical industry, specifically one part of it: the growing anti-infection business. The Maplewood manufacturing giant announced in...
February 19, 2015
The Minnesota Wild are following the Timberwolves’ example by bringing back an empty piece of downtown property. The Pioneer Press reports Wild officials have resumed talks with the St. Paul...
Target nearly fell off the list after recent bad press surrounding its data breach and woes in Canada.
The fast-growing company now lays claim to being the largest independent office supplier in the Upper Midwest.
The Minnesota-based maker of the budget cereal brand Malt-O-Meal is currently the subject of a $1.15 billion takeover by a competitor, and some food groups are not happy about it. The Pioneer Press...
For residents of small towns and rural areas in Minnesota it can be hard to find a job, hard to find training for the jobs that are available, hard to find a place to live, and even hard to get a...
February 18, 2015
The two cities were scored among 83 others based on park spending and access, healthy weight and exercise.
They’re dubbed the “Oscars of the food world,” and this year 14 nominees from the Twin Cities are in the running for a James Beard Foundation Award. This year is the 25th...
MNsure has failed to hit its target for enrolling people in private health plans, and the state will have to pick up the tab for a $250,000 budget shortfall as a result. A day after it was savaged...
Amy Klobuchar is something of a mini celebrity in Cuba. The second-term Minnesota senator, who just wrapped up a four-day visit to the island, said people recognized her as she walked down the...
Do you know of a highway in Minnesota that needs fixing? If so, it’s probably on Gov. Mark Dayton’s list of roads that would be repaired under the $6 billion roads and bridges plan he...
The Guthrie Theater has named Joseph Haj its new artistic director to succeed the legendary Joe Dowling. Haj, 51, is currently the director of the PlayMakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, North...
February 17, 2015
The restaurant chain, which has been losing money despite adding new locations, hired a financial advisor to explore potential deals.
In a scathing report on MNsure’s performance in its first year, state auditors say the failures of Minnesota’s health insurance exchange outweighed its achievements, and have called for...
The biggest question of the offseason for the Vikings, maybe the entire NFL, is what will happen with suspended running back Adrian Peterson. Will the overrule the NFL’s suspension and...
Its acquisition of Covidien did not affect financials.
It’s getting to the point where we may have to rename the city “Millennial-apolis.” The Twin Cities have been getting a lot of national attention recently for its appeal to the...
Relations between Minnesota’s top two Democrats remain strained following a public falling out over commissioner pay raises, with Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk saying he was surprised at...
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