Under his second owner post-Carlson, Radisson's CEO explains the game plan to return to "player" status in the global hotel biz.
Breathe99 is developing a high-tech breathing mask that offers protection—and looks cool.
The future of the planet may be uncertain,
but these new Twin Cities–based brands
are doing their part to reduce plastic waste.
The facility will be operated by 100 employees and utilize 70 vehicles. The move was driven by e-commerce, and a strong Twin Cities economy.
Construction led all industries, adding 2,800 positions, while manufacturing shed 1,100, the most job losses of any sector.
The expansion of the company’s Armament Systems unit headquarters is expected to generate 60 new jobs, and will receive $1.3 million in financial support from DEED.
A look at different statistics for 17 cultural groups in Minnesota helps illustrate how different residents are doing economically.
The handheld device from Tyto Care makes it possible to get a medical exam from home, which fits Best Buy’s growing focus on health tech.
Two days after the bodies of the couple were found in their home, the Medical Examiner determined both died from multiple gunshot wounds—Irwin by suicide, Alexandra by homicide.
The sale comes just five years after the Austin-based branded food company purchased CytoSport, known for its Muscle Milk protein powder products, for $450 million.
The increase to $13 an hour will happen in June, with the goal of reaching $15 an hour by the end of 2020.
Company won 2018 Tekne Award in medical device category.
Pharma has become such an inviting target that in a Legislature that can't agree on anything, multiple bills taking on the industry are still alive in both the DFL-controlled House and a GOP-controlled Senate.
After 37 years, the homegrown company is closing all six remaining Twin Cities stores.
Ascentis, which specializes in cloud-based human capital management solutions, has acquired Wisconsin time and attendance solutions company Integrated Time Systems. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Upgrades include 575 new parking hubs, 50 new stations, a fleet of 500 pedal-assist e-bikes, and a reduced-fare membership program. The upgrades hit Minneapolis in a season where the bikes won’t return at all to St. Paul.
Even if last year's thunder blizzards return to the Twin Cities, here are five fabulous ways to welcome—or pretend—it's spring.
Hubbard Broadcasting's Skor North is an ambitious gambit to break the free fall of AM radio.
Less than a week after Target rolled out new goals for tackling climate change, the organization Customers Who Care has amassed more than 100,000 signatures on its petition urging the retailer to address its plastic waste output.
Plenty of seating options are available on resale markets for last-minute buyers.
Your top networking options this month.
The digital world offers no safe zones for companies facing a crisis. But technology does provide tools for building and maintaining business reputations.
Minneapolis novelty goods maker 30 Watt is putting the "fun" back into funny.
For the first time since being promoted to Land O'Lakes CEO, Ford talks in depth about her journey to the top and how she's steering Minnesota's $15 billion ag cooperative into the future.
With a couple apps and phone tricks, a lot of that daily anxiety can fall back under your control.
The company, a subsidiary of Japanese company Daikin Industries, will lease new office space in Plymouth, adding to the 132 new jobs expected to be generated by a planned $40.3 million Faribault facility project.
The Minneapolis-based apparel company has launched a new line of swimsuits made 100 percent from post-consumer recycled water bottles.
Breaking down Minnesota's path(s) toward legal recreational use of pot.
Toys R Us, Sears, Macy’s, wow. What’s going on? Better question, as author Mark Pilkington asks in “Retail Therapy,” how can we stop it?
Bucking the co-working trend, wealth advisor Nicole Mittendorf invests in her business by laying down roots in Minnetonka.