The companies are among 22 semifinalists selected in the second year of the Metropolitan Economic Development Association’s minority entrepreneurism competition—the largest of its kind in the country.
Football academies are commonplace, but this local one is just about getting kicks.
The International menswear brand will open its first Minnesota store at the Edina shopping center, and other new retailers are coming this fall.
Before joining the retailer, Govind worked as group manager on Facebook’s infrastructure team.
Developers of the Dayton's Project sought the designation, which makes the retail/office project eligible for federal tax credits.
The family operating the fest announced that it's purchased new land in Shakopee.
The $52 million expansion included a pair of two-story additions, along with a new main entry and commons space.
Brooks Bollinger spent six years in the NFL—two with the Vikings—before moving to coaching and later to the financial industry. He most recently worked at NorthRock Partners.
The deal—announced in March and now finalized—will enable Edina-based Geronimo to grow its community-driven solar and wind energy projects portfolio.
A look at the particulars of a new office building for the city of Minneapolis.
The Federal Reserve System’s board of governors has approved a merger between TCF Financial Corp. and Chemical Financial Corp.
The company is also planning a full renovation to the space.
The chosen firms will participate in the second food and agriculture-focused accelerator program run by Techstars, Cargill, and Ecolab.
The new site will be Fairview’s first clinic in a mall, but it’s not the health system’s first foray into the retail space.
Despite the lack of a report, the X Games still pack a punch.
Celebrating Kickstarter's tenth birthday with some major Minnesota successes.
The closure reportedly leaves hundreds without work.
Yang, who has 20 years of experience in human rights and equality-focused work, will help the university develop and implement a strategy for a more inclusive culture.
Acquisitions by UnitedHealth Group and 3M made up the bulk of M&A activity.
In a July 15 letter, MHA President and CEO Lawrence Massa says the nonprofit insurer’s policies are restricting or delaying patient’s access to medically necessary procedures.