League problems threaten stability of local women's pro hockey.
The update, which draws on the U of M’s trademark gold and red, aims to create a clearer and more unified Fairview identity and highlight Fairview’s connection to the university.
Lake Calhoun is gone from the map, but area businesses have no consensus on changing their names.
With nearly 200 events and more than 17,000 expected to attend, you're going to need a game plan.
In 2018, Minnesota households earned a median $70,315 in income, down slightly from the year prior.
Just a few months after shuttering its longtime Uptown location in Calhoun Square, Famous Dave’s returns later this year as a smaller restaurant at 800 W. Lake Street.
Developers of the Nicollet Mall landmark offer a glimpse at their progress and assurances that leases are in the works.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, recognizes this year's top projects throughout the state of Minnesota.
On the heels of a $76 million renovation and the opening of a two-story aquarium, Rosedale Center bucks the retail doomsday trend and eyes a project to introduce housing, a grocery store, and more.
'Oversight' of the company will now come from Brussels.
A roundup of business news from around the state, curated by TCB editors.
The Ramsey County District Court found that R.J. Reynolds Co. failed to comply with financial terms of a 1998 settlement between the state and the tobacco industry for smoke-related health care costs.
Matriculation has never been easier than at the school of drinks. Whether your subject is cocktails, wine, or beer, these local libation classes have homework you'll actually enjoy.
A quick look at the plans for the former West Publishing site in downtown St. Paul.
The store will test new technologies and feature brands including Kendra Scott and ThirdLove.
Doors closed abruptly this week on the $12 million high-tech attraction that opened less than three years ago.
The Richfield-based electronics retailer also hopes to capitalize on health tech over the next few years.
An investigation found violations of wage, overtime, and record-keeping laws. A total of $367,359 was consequently owed to 162 employees.
Before joining the Chanhassen-based fitness company, Weldon Spangler served as president and CEO of Papa Murphy’s.