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.
Part of Klobuchar’s case to win the Democratic nomination for president is her ability to appeal to Trump voters. How strong is that ability?
An annual report by the Minneapolis Downtown Council revealed that amid a population hike, top employers in the city relatively consistent, though some glaring changes from 2017 did occur.
The Fenley is the latest project at the Bloomington Central Station site.
Bria Hammel juggles an interior design firm and a furniture line.
The public relations agency's new HQ is a shining star in the Warehouse District—literally.
A survey conducted by nonprofit organization The Solar Foundation found Minnesota’s solar job total has increased from 1,995 in 2015 to 4,602 in 2018, making it 15th in the nation for solar workforce size.
Dr. Noseworthy joins the board of the Minnetonka-based health service and insurance provider just two months after ending his nearly decade-long tenure as Mayo Clinic CEO.
By connecting researchers to experienced entrepreneurs, the program aims to help commercialize discoveries. Eight entities are already participating in the Launchpad.
As he replaces Tammy Lee, who’s taking a “leave of absence,” Platt will be the company’s third CEO in two years. Platt’s prior experience includes leading Wisconsin manufacturing company Multistack LLC.
HOM plans to build its biggest superstore yet to house all of its brands including Dock86 and the upscale Gabberts, the founding anchor of Edina's Galleria, since 1959.
What you should know about Klobuchar’s politics and finances as the senator announces her presidential run.
There are no stupid questions when it comes to coordinating your event's catering, but don't forget to ask these five.
The capital will go partly toward a U.S. clinical trial for Nuvaira’s Lung Denervation System, a new market-alternative treatment of cardiovascular obstructive pulmonary disease.
The deal is aimed at helping Ecolab customers better understand its work in hygiene, food safety, and related products and practices.
The sale to global water management company Kurita Water Industries will allow Allete to invest in more clean energy opportunities.
The coffee company chose Girls on the Run International to receive a portion of proceeds this month.
The new art studio bus delivers art therapy straight to clients.
The activities-driven app is designed to create the “perfect dating experience.”
From 2010 to 2017, Minnesota had such a program, which rewards what can be a high-risk bet on entrepreneurs and nascent startups. Reinstating it has been a popular idea among lawmakers from both parties so far in the 2019 legislative session.
Under normal economic assumptions, when the supply of something—labor—is low, its price—wages—should go up.