The department has approved two new qualifying conditions for the state’s medical cannabis program.
Two of three quarters this year have shown losses.
The private equity firm purchased Christy Sports in 2015.
Technology is shifting the way we do just about everything. Even events.
Top networking opportunities for December.
“You will make technology dreams come true,” Best Buy CEO Corie Barry tells employees on Thanksgiving. And Target announces early Cyber Monday deals.
Small Business Saturday returns for the 10th year. Minnesota business owners say the event provides a much-needed revenue boost.
The Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism late last week presented Baker with the Dayton Award for Distinction in Moral Capitalism, which honors Minnesota entrepreneurs for corporate responsibility.
iMedia Brands, ShopHQ’s parent, says the acquisitions are aimed at fast-tracking its digital media growth strategy.
The donation, made by Penny and Lee Anderson, is the largest single donation in organization’s history.
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A roundup of business news from around the state, curated by TCB editors.
In the Twin Cities, shoppers’ outlook on next year’s economy is the “weakest it’s been in years,” according to a new report by Deloitte.
The organization is moving away from large-scale discussion events to focus on mentorship-based programming.
The Minnesota food giant achieved a 20 percent reduction of sodium in products across the last three of its 10 key U.S. product categories, completing a goal set in 2010.
In an awards ceremony Wednesday night, the Minnesota High Tech Association unveiled the winners of its annual science and technology innovation honors.
Minneapolis-based OneOme is partnering with a Walgreens Boots Alliance subsidiary to pilot its genetic testing tool in Holland pharmacies.
Seven of the bank’s board members have filed a complaint calling the sale a “hostile takeover” attempt.
Lawmakers expanded two pilot projects aimed at drawing high school and college students into fields starving for workers, from manufacturing and agriculture to health care and IT.
Women entrepreneurs weigh in on the challenges of starting a business in the Twin Cities.