The company expects the cuts to save up to $50 million in 2020.
City’s planning commission endorses concept plan for what would be one of the largest mixed use developments in Maple Grove history.
Underlying merchant sales topped $100 million.
Guitar picks, hockey pucks and other mementos on the desk of the founder of Haberman and Freak Flag Organics.
The internet provider says it will have opened six new Xfinity-branded stores in the Twin Cities metro by 2020’s end.
Delta remained the dominant carrier at the airport, serving more than 70 percent of passengers.
Data and community were key themes at TCB's panel discussion with authorities in e-commerce, commercial real estate, marketing, and business development.
The new space promises a mix of experiential attractions.
GOP leaders have objected to the price tag, but Walz’s plan is well within the debt guidelines crafted a decade ago by the Office of Management and Budget under the administration of GOP Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
Carvana, which enables consumers to buy and sell used cars online, debuted in Minneapolis last week. Now, it’s being rolled out in three other Minnesota cities.
The upscale retail center sold for $127 million in 2012.
The acquisition is aimed at supporting Toro’s “growth strategy in the professional market,” says CEO Richard Olson.
The board elected Ishrak as chairman at its Jan. 15 meeting.
The two malls already face some of the highest vacancy rates among regional shopping centers.
The company still needs to refund $282,000 to California customers who used its “buy now, pay later” platform before it had the license.
She previously worked at food company Kerry Group for more than a decade.
The firm is moving its Minneapolis office from downtown to a 42,000-square-foot space in the North Loop’s Nordic building to accommodate workforce growth.
The co-working community for women, non-binary and trans individuals is opening a second location that will be first in the Twin Cities to offer on-site childcare.
After state regulators forced Water Gremlin to shut down over lead pollution concerns, the company has met necessary requirements to return to business.
The university has partnered with pharmaceutical company Windgap Medical to develop a device to quickly administer an antidote for cyanide poisoning.