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 debut show, Nick Jr. Live! “Move to the Music," will bring various Nickelodeon characters together on stage for the first time.
Minnesota United stadium is ready for its inaugural home game in April.
The collaboration takes baseball gambling to the next level starting this season by providing real-time statistics and audio-visual feeds to global media markets and betting organizations.
How to makes sense of today’s consumer habits? Study them, scientifically. That’s the goal of 3M’s Multimillion-Dollar Consumer Data Science and Merchandising Lab.
Cream & Amber, selling new and used books, is Mainstreet’s first independently owned bookstore in more than a decade.
The new invite-only program will partner the retailer with third-party vendors in an attempt to create “thoughtfully selected” assortments of its more popular shopping categories.
However, the total number of tourists that adventured to Minneapolis last year—on the back of the Super Bowl, X Games and other events—won’t be known until June.
Multiplexes and standalone movie theaters in Minnesota find the streaming era has been largely positive for business.
The regional bus system is facing a deficit of more than $53 million over the next two years — and more than $250 million over the next decade, according to state estimates.
A Minnesota company delivers Hollywood fashion to the world faster than ever with new AI tech premiering at the Academy Awards.
DEED Commissioner Steve Grove said there was a move away from putting more money into grants he described as “siloed, carve-out programs,” but instead to “bring the philosophy of equity to all that we do.”
The program is aimed at students with fledgling startup concepts.
The Medical Alley Tech Association lauds the move, noting that the Angel Investment Tax Credit generated at least $108 million in investment in the state’s health tech industry over a five-year period.
The majority of the companies chosen are led by a person of color and/or by women.
Approximately 312 disabled Electrolux employees are expected to lose their jobs when the appliance manufacturer’s factory closes at the end of the year.
Scott Litman and Dan Mallin are the sages of the local tech startup world.
Despite concerns over trade and weakness
in the agriculture sector, Minnesota bankers expect to see the state’s economy continue
to grow this year.
The deal, ranking among Toro’s largest, adds new brands to its portfolio and deepens its stake in the underground construction market.
The charges were brought against Jerome Robert Hennessey after an investigation found he’d committed mail fraud and tax evasion while working at the Ashby Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company.
The phone company’s new 5G network and hot spot offering features data speeds of 200-300 megabits per second. Tech companies are especially expected to benefit, as 5G rolls out in Minneapolis, Chicago, and other select cities in 2019.