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Several big names put money into the company.
January 26, 2016
But, the company still managed to beat analysts’ expectations for its profit and sales results.
A study found that every dollar invested in its 2015 spring/summer campaign generated a $75 return for Minnesota.
January 25, 2016
Can fine dining be a little too fine? In Minneapolis, where yet another hot restaurant has been shuttered, the answer might be “yes.” The sudden closure of Parella on Monday follows the...
Investment in the industry reached nearly $435 million, according to the Medical Alley Association.
The craft spirits owner discusses how his brand is making a name for itself by skipping beer in favor of vodka.
More people are taking public transportation to get around the Twin Cities, Metro Transit said in a news release. People took more than 85.8 million rides on Metro Transit buses and trains last...
January 24, 2016
Twin Cities janitors could strike if a contract deal isn’t reached by Feb. 14. Members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 26, which represents more than 4,000 janitors,...
Settle down, Minnesota has been named the fifth best state to grow old in by 24/7 Wall St. That’s pretty good news considering the Minnesota State Demographics Center predicts the number of...
January 23, 2016
A Twin Cities man has been imprisoned and ordered to pay the State of Minnesota $3 million in restitution after bringing illegal tobacco into the state and selling it. U.S. States Attorney Andrew...
Are expensive clothes tax deductible? How about a baby grand piano? Do gambling losses qualify as a charitable donation? The answer to those questions is, unsurprisingly, no. But these are some of...
January 22, 2016
The company was designated a “Beyond the Yellow Ribbon” company.
Sue Hawkes and her stepdaughter Ali Stieglbauer bring together young women with CEOs and small business owners.
There was some push back from Duluth’s home and business owners at a meeting Thursday to talk about new rules on vacation rental properties. The city last summer placed a moratorium on...
When the Walker Art Center’s Sculpture Garden opens again in the summer of 2017, there will be a 20-foot-tall blue chicken sculpture in the northern end – one of 16 pieces being added to the...
This week, Target pledged to sell only “cage-free” eggs in the future, joining major food companies including Minnesota-based General Mills, McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Brand and...
January 21, 2016
The facelift of Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis will have to be redesigned after only one contractor made a bid to carry out the project – and that bid was $24 million above the city’s budget...
Several high-profile companies have already struck agreements likely valued in the millions.
The manufacturer’s latest deal is the third of its kind in about three months.
The statewide unemployment rate for December clocked in at 3.5 percent, Minnesota economic officials said Thursday, after gaining 9,100 jobs during the month. The Department of Employment and...
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