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The amount of money given to good causes by Minnesotans is returning to pre-recession levels, as the state continues to be one of America’s most charitable. A study by the Minnesota Council...
December 06, 2014
A plan to replace the iconic Nye’s Polonaise Room in Minneapolis with an apartment building has barely started, but could already face an uphill challenge to get approved. The owners of the...
Electronic cigarettes will be banned in bars, stores, offices and all other public indoor spaces in Minneapolis following a vote Friday. Minneapolis City Council members voted for an ordinance that...
December 05, 2014
Hundreds of disgruntled demonstrators took to Terminal 1 at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Friday afternoon in protest of airport workers’ wages. KSTP reports employees with Delta...
When Shutterfly broke ground in a Shakopee business park earlier this year, the California-based business promised there would be lots of new Minnesota jobs, especially of a seasonal sort, in its...
A Minnesota company will not have to provide birth control coverage on its health plans after receiving the same exemption to the federal health care overhaul as Hobby Lobby. American Manufacturing...
Imagine having the original lyrics to a couple of early Bob Dylan tunes – typed up and annotated with handwritten notes by Bob himself during his coffee shop days in Greenwich Village. Think they...
December 04, 2014
The company dampened expectations for its current fiscal quarter despite coming off a year of record sales.
In another sign of Minnesota’s improving economic health, state officials are forecasting a surplus of $1.037 billion for the next two-year budget cycle. The Office of Management and Budget...
Company’s CEO again says such a deal doesn’t signal similar action in Canada or Mexico.
When stores are hit by cyberthieves who is victimized? Customers, retailers, and banks might all raise their hands to that. Which leads to another question: who should pay the cost of issuing new...
December 03, 2014
Ron Konezny, who once founded a Minnetonka-based telecommunications company, will replace the retiring Joseph Dunsmore.
Dave and Amy Freeman will paddle in to Washington DC on December 2nd! They will deliver the petition canoe”Sig” t… pic.twitter.com/bdNpuhE5xM — Boundary Waters (@savethebwca...
In an abbreviated season, hastily organized after a lengthy lockout, the Minnesota Orchestra finished the year with a budget deficit of $650,000 – small enough that Board Chair Gordon M. Sprenger...
Many Gophers football season ticket holders will be paying more next year. The University of Minnesota athletics department announced Tuesday it will increase scholarship seating donations (built...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention designated 35 hospitals nationwide as treatment centers for Ebola should new cases arise in the United States. Four of those hospitals are in...
December 02, 2014
As hotel construction explodes in nearby Bloomington, the Metropolitan Airports Commission wants to put one on site.
The deal would expand the company’s e-commerce business.
Here’s the news all sweet-toothed people have been salivating for: You’ll soon be able to buy boxes of Thin Mints online. Well, unless you’re in some parts of Minnesota. After...
Eight medical marijuana distribution sites will eventually open across Minnesota. The state’s Department of Health picked two manufacturers Monday, with each one laying out their location...
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