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Govs. Walz, Noem Cry Foul Over Trump’s Ethanol Waivers

In a letter, the governors asked Trump to find ways to lessen the impact of the waivers on farmers.

Fintech Startup ClickSwitch Relocates

The company is staying in downtown Minneapolis, but it’s moved to roomier digs.

Kraus-Anderson Preps for $20M Upscale Apartments in St. Paul

The developer has secured permitting for a 92-unit apartment building in St. Paul’s Capitol Heights neighborhood.

Summer Tourism in Minnesota Proved Strong in 2019

Based on 300 responses to a survey conducted by state tourism agency Explore Minnesota, a majority of lodging businesses saw revenue gains this summer.

TCB Q&A: Caribou Coffee President and CEO John Butcher

The hometown chain’s new leader brews up a fresh recipe to stand out in a crowded field.

Andrew Dayton: The New Philanthropist

Instead of devoting his energy to growing businesses, the 35-year-old is pursuing his passion to build the Constellation Fund. His new foundation is using data and evidence-based approaches to tackle poverty in the Twin Cities.

Minneapolis Law Firm Briggs and Morgan to Merge with Taft

The merger is aimed at expanding the Midwestern firms’ geographic footprint.

Target’s Curbside Pick-Up Program Expanded to All 50 States

The “Drive Up” service reaches the milestone just two years after it debuted.

Klobuchar Calls for Investigation into Ticketmaster-Live Nation

In a letter to the Department of Justice, Klobuchar asks for an investigation following news reports of the two companies failing to comply with conditions of their 2010 merger.

Minnesota’s Minimum Wage Will Increase in January

To keep pace with inflation, large employers’ minimum wage rate will increase to $10 an hour, while small employers’ rate will move to $8.15.

Behind the State Fair’s Marketing Operation

For Renee Alexander, marketing the Minnesota State Fair is a year-round gig. In a Q&A, she talks about changes to the fair’s marketing strategies over the last decade.

How does the Minnesota State Fair Do in Hiring Minority Vendors? Nobody Knows.

The Minnesota State Fair does not track the race, gender or ethnicity breakdown of its vendors, exhibitors or employees.

Cargill Invests $75 Million in Puris

Less than two years after Cargill’s initial investment in the alternative protein company, Cargill’s latest contribution will help operationalize a Dawson facility, adding 90 area jobs and doubling Puris’ pea protein production capabilities.

Medtronic CEO Omar Ishrak to Retire in April 2020

He’ll be replaced by fellow General Electric vet Geoff Martha.

Red Wing Stoneware to Shutter Retail Shop in September

The company says it’s halting industrial manufacturing of pottery to pursue other business opportunities.

MN Cup Names 2019 Division Finalists

Twenty-eight teams make it to the third round of the state’s largest entrepreneurial competition.

Hy-Vee Opens ‘Fast & Fresh’ Store in Lakeville

The fourth Hy-Vee store of its kind, the Lakeville location will be the first in Minnesota. It’s designed to cater toward consumer convenience needs, offering a quicker grocery experience.

TCF Rings Opening Bell at Nasdaq

The ceremony follows TCF’s merger with Detroit-based Chemical Financial Corp.

Medical Alley Names Five New Board Members

The organization has brought on five industry heavyweights to help advance its “healthcare transformation initiative.”

Caribou to Test Drive-Thru-Only Concept

The company aims to open five “Caribou Cabins” in Minnesota over the next few months.

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