Q. Cumbers Works to Keep Its Relevance

The restaurant of the ’90s works to keep its relevance.

Two Department Stores Exit Duluth's Miller Hill Mall

Duluth’s Miller Hill Mall is losing two of its three department stores, and the last is endangered. How will it stay afloat?

Mayo Clinic Crowned Atop ‘Best Hospitals’ List for Fourth Time in Five Years

The health care institution also placed first on the state-specific “Best Hospital” lists in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida.

Got a New Pup? Request Fur-ternity Leave

Digital marketing agency Nina Hale launches employee benefit for fur babies.

Minneapolis Health IT Co. Sansoro Health Raises $8M

Sansoro will use the new capital – contributed by existing investors and lead investor of the round LRVHealth – to grow efforts to improve data integration for electronic health records.

Will Singer Sam Smith Embrace the Style of the North?

Xcel Energy Center gifts the king of love ballads a Duluth Pack bag.

Mall of America is Making It Easier for Chinese Visitors to Shop

Once Citcon’s system is implemented in parts of the mall, shoppers from China will be able to pay with Alipay and WeChat Pay—two digital payment solutions that are popular overseas.

Co-Working Giant WeWork Doubles Space at Uptown’s MoZaic East

The co-working leader is expanding before its new home in Minneapolis even opens.

Five Takeaways from the DFL Governor Candidate Forum

What we learned from MPR's DFL governor candidate forum with Tim Walz, Erin Murphy and Lori Swanson.

Dr. Gianrico Farrugia Named New President, CEO of Mayo Clinic

Dr. Farrugia will officially take over as the head of Mayo Clinic at the start of next year. Current president and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy, in the meantime, will be preparing him for the role.

University of Minnesota Extension Offers Insight Into the State’s Modern Rural Economy

As the rural economy has evolved, so too has the University of Minnesota Extension, the public agency charged with “extending” the university’s expertise and knowledge into every corner of the state.

Minnesota Adds 6,600 Jobs in June, Resulting in Highest Job Numbers in State History

Records show the state has gained 2.9 million jobs.

Target Sees Best Single-Day Online Sales for 2018 in Tuesday Sale

Minneapolis retailer offered deals to compete directly with Amazon’s Prime Day

Are Developers Having Mixed Feelings About Mixed-Use?

The dream of ground-floor retail can’t always be realized.

Latino-Influenced Brewery with Attached Soccer Field Opening in Minneapolis

La Doña Cerveceria, located in the Harrison neighborhood of Minneapolis, will include a taproom, art gallery and patio soccer field for a 3 vs. 3 league.

United Properties Seeks WELL Certification for North Loop Project

The emerging rating system measures a building’s health and wellness for employees and resident.

How High Tech is Taking Over Higher Education

Minnesota schools are expanding data analytics offerings and developing other programs to meet changing workforce needs.

How a 13-Year-Old’s Hot Dog Stand Became Northside’s Newest (Official) Eatery

Thanks to a collaboration with Minneapolis officials and the Northside Economic Opportunity Network, eighth grader Jaequan Faulkner’s hot dog business became a legitimate, permitted operation Monday.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Backs Out of Starkey Hearing Gala

Alice Cooper and Sinbad will perform at the fundraiser on Sunday.

After Warby Parker: Askov Finlayson Plots Brand Expansion

A remodeled store and wholesaling are in the works for the North Loop menswear retailer.

Minneapolis Ad Firm Yamamoto Increases Employee Count by 12 Percent

After taking on six new clients, including Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and Comcast Spotlight, the firm has hired seven full-time staff members and three interns.

University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler to Step Down in 2019

Citing his readiness to move on from the high demands of the top leadership role, Kaler will have completed an eight-year presidency tenure, but will remain involved with the University.

Trio of Minnesota Stem Cell Startups Receive State-Funded Commercialization Grants

Miromatrix, Superior Organoid, and MNPHARM each landed $100,000 regenerative medicine awards.

MN Teachers Weighing Option to Opt Out or Go All In on Union Fees Following Supreme Court Decision

Justices ruled 5-4 that public employees now have the right to fully opt out of paying membership dues to labor groups that collectively bargain on their behalf.

Low Soybean Prices, While Bad for MN Farmers, May Not Be Bad for the State’s Economy Overall

Trade policy will always create winners and losers. The key is to mitigate the harms to the losers.

State Awards $19M in Grants to Redevelop Greater MN Commercial Buildings, Housing

Brainerd, Willmar and Warroad are among the cities set to benefit from the grants, which come from a federally-funded program to help small communities rebuild.

Implantable Organ Developer Miromatrix Medical Raises $15.7M

The company is working towards clinical trials for its implantable kidney and liver products.

Former NBA Player, Minnetonka Native Kris Humphries Becomes First Crisp and Green Franchisee

The former basketball star—and ex-husband of Kim Kardashian—is moving into a new career with Crisp and Green, the Wayzata-based healthy fast casual eatery.

Where Are the Food Halls?

A status check on the region’s long-delayed projects.

Duluth Pack Continues Its Hometown Commitment by Opening Fourth Office in North Shore

The new location will house the bag and backpack manufacturer's marketing staff.

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