Q. Cumbers Works to Keep Its Relevance

The restaurant of the ’90s works to keep its relevance.

Two Department Stores Exit Duluth's Miller Hill Mall

Duluth’s Miller Hill Mall is losing two of its three department stores, and the last is endangered. How will it stay afloat?

Mayo Clinic Crowned Atop ‘Best Hospitals’ List for Fourth Time in Five Years

The health care institution also placed first on the state-specific “Best Hospital” lists in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida.

Got a New Pup? Request Fur-ternity Leave

Digital marketing agency Nina Hale launches employee benefit for fur babies.

Minneapolis Health IT Co. Sansoro Health Raises $8M

Sansoro will use the new capital – contributed by existing investors and lead investor of the round LRVHealth – to grow efforts to improve data integration for electronic health records.

Will Singer Sam Smith Embrace the Style of the North?

Xcel Energy Center gifts the king of love ballads a Duluth Pack bag.

Mall of America is Making It Easier for Chinese Visitors to Shop

Once Citcon’s system is implemented in parts of the mall, shoppers from China will be able to pay with Alipay and WeChat Pay—two digital payment solutions that are popular overseas.

Co-Working Giant WeWork Doubles Space at Uptown’s MoZaic East

The co-working leader is expanding before its new home in Minneapolis even opens.

Five Takeaways from the DFL Governor Candidate Forum

What we learned from MPR's DFL governor candidate forum with Tim Walz, Erin Murphy and Lori Swanson.

Dr. Gianrico Farrugia Named New President, CEO of Mayo Clinic

Dr. Farrugia will officially take over as the head of Mayo Clinic at the start of next year. Current president and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy, in the meantime, will be preparing him for the role.

Sen. Tina Smith’s PolyMet Amendment: Corporate Welfare? Pandering? Or Just a Reasonable Deal?

Smith’s attempting to walk a fine line on mining in northern Minnesota. Her critics aren’t having it.

With May Job Additions, Minnesota Reaches Lowest Unemployment Rate Since Mid-2000

The more than 10,000 jobs added throughout the state in May brought the unemployment rate to a milestone mark of 3.1 percent.

Creativity is Key, Minnesota Districts are Discovering in the Face of Teacher Shortages

Many of the openings are reflective of the main teacher shortage areas: special education, math and science.

What To Do When a Raccoon Scales Your Skyscraper

Did UBS miss a golden opportunity? Communications experts weigh in on viral moments.

Delta Announces New Route to South Korea from MSP International Airport

The route will be the first nonstop service from the Twin Cities to the region of Southeast Asia.

Radisson Blu MOA Celebrates Five Years with $5 Hotel Room Flash Sale

A limited number of gift certificates will be sold on Thursday.

St. Cloud-based Marco Acquires Michigan Industry Peer

The acquisition of Prime Office Innovations in Macomb, Michigan continues Marco’s mission to expand its presence throughout “the Upper Midwest and beyond.”

Criminal Forfeitures in Minnesota Rose More Than 11 Percent in 2017

St. Paul police had nearly twice the number of forfeiture incidents than the Minneapolis police force reported.

Pedal Pub Wants New Franchisees to Open Party Bike Operations Around U.S., Canada

Minneapolis-based PedalPub LLC, which is the authorized distributor for the party bike concept in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, wants to open several new locations this year.

Stryker Makes Offer to Buy Boston Scientific, Sources Say

The possible deal sent Boston Scientific’s shares up about 7.5 percent and Stryker’s down by more than 5 percent.

Rush Creek Golf Club General Manager Heading to PGA Professional Championship

At 47, Derek Stendahl will compete on the national stage for the first time.

Audit Finds Meet Minneapolis Overstated Its Success by Nearly $200M

An independent city audit reviewed reports from the tourism agency from 2015 through 2017 and found it used pre-event estimates and duplicated data, inaccurately boosting figures by millions.

Book Review: “Note to Self”

There’s a good mix of inspiring, gracious and grateful tales inside this book, from those with stardom already in-pocket, to a few that may not be household names quite yet.

What It Means to Be a CFO in Today’s Economy

Four chief financial officers share how they drive growth and stay focused in their ever-evolving role.

Massachusetts Biotech Co. with Close Ties to Be The Match, U of M Files for IPO

Magenta Therapeutics looks to expand the amount of stem cells for marrow transplants.

Restoration Hardware’s First Twin Cities Outlet Opens at Shops at West End

The upscale home furnishings retailer is testing the waters with a short-term lease.

The Electric Fetus: A Store that (Rocked and) Rolled with an Industry’s (Ebb and) Flow

A look at what’s shaped and now defines an iconic Minneapolis record store, in honor of its 50th anniversary celebrations.

Actor Owen Wilson Visits Minneapolis, Becomes Enamored By City’s Sauna Hot Spots

The movie star frequented sauna events held by local sauna business founders John Pederson and Rod Buhrsmith.

A Risky Bid: Keith Ellison is Leaving a Safe Seat in Congress to be MN’s Attorney General, But Why?

At the heart of Ellison’s decision: Where he can best counter the Trump administration.

More Women (and Men, Too) are Running for the Minnesota House in 2018

The proportion of candidates for the Minnesota House who are women inched up one percentage point versus 2016.

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