The two malls already face some of the highest vacancy rates among regional shopping centers.
The acquisition is aimed at supporting Toro’s “growth strategy in the professional market,” says CEO Richard Olson.
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.
An anonymous letter alleges that CEO Corie Barry had an inappropriate romantic relationship with former senior VP Karl Sanft before she became CEO.
The cuts are part of the Edina-based salon company’s transition into a fully-franchised model.
The 7,000-square-foot store will be the golf company’s largest.
A look at GDP growth across the region and nation.
The news follows a settlement with another internet provider earlier this month.
James Sample joins Xcel after decades in security management.
The “Community Impact Accelerator” provides funding and consulting services for nonprofits.
The Viking Lakes Innovation Center, the first commercial office building on the Viking’s multi-purpose development in Eagan, is now halfway leased.
There hasn’t been a formal naming agreement for the space in 10 years, mall officials say.
On the heels of three lawsuits, Attorney General Keith Ellison’s office has opened an investigation into the legitimacy of Otto Bremer Trust’s sale of Bremer Financial shares.
Spicer-based DI Labs, which already prints parts for 3M and Toro, has rolled out new equipment to help capture business in the medical device industry.
The agreement makes the Bloomington-based hair company the “Official Hair Salon” of the college sports league and gives it exclusive marketing and media rights.