The scoop behind Lucky Cricket’s seven-week closure.
Who has authority to cancel the fair? And other burning questions about the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
After CFO Don Mulligan retires, Kofi Bruce will replace him.
The Minneapolis retailer has surpassed Wall Street expectations in the second quarter, even as its peers continue to struggle. What is Target doing right?
Metro grocery wars keep intensifying
A look at the business of the Giant Slide, a State Fair icon celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Why and how does the Minnesota State Fair Foundation raise money?
Through the U’s Venture Center, research ideas turn into full-fledged startups. In the university’s most recent fiscal year, 19 companies were launched.
Ultra Machining Co. is working with the city of Monticello to add a new facility next to its existing operations. The project is expected to add up to 125 new jobs.
Don’t have TSA PreCheck? You’ll have to use the northern checkpoint if you're flying out of Terminal 1.
To build the best staff and foster cooperation, you'll need to understand the four "primary personality types," writes author Thomas Erickson
Tyler Olson, an entrepreneur who’s founded 11 Minnesota companies, has launched a Kickstarter to fund a new course on cybersecurity. The campaign netted $4,000 in its first 12 hours.
The closure will affect 69 full-time employees and nearly 300 seasonal workers, according to a filing with the state’s jobs agency.
Generation Z has begun entering the workforce. How can companies bring them on board, and keep them?
The brand—Target’s largest in-house brand yet—will include more than 2,000 food items by the end of 2020, with the first products rolling out September 15. Some existing food brands will be phased out.
The Minneapolis medical device maker has received federal premarket approval for what it claims is the world’s first heart failure neuromodulation device.
The North Dakota bank has established a significant presence in Minnesota.
Shareholder advocacy organization As You Sow has withdrawn a resolution it filed in April, which called for General Mills to disclose evidence of efforts to reduce pesticide use.
EasyEats, which began beta testing in April, has now been implemented at 10 food trucks in Minnesota, says co-founder Warren Nash.
The news marks the first decline after four months of continuous job gains, according to the state’s jobs agency.