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.
The public relations agency's new HQ is a shining star in the Warehouse District—literally.
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.
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.
The $1 million project, set to be completed by next spring, is transforming an existing exhibit space into a section that will feature close encounters with crocodiles, piranhas, cockroaches, snakes, and more.
Legislation is already being drafted for lawmakers to take up the issue in 2019, the passage of which would add Minnesota to a growing list of states that have legalized betting on professional and college sports.
When Feldman moves on the Washington D.C. gallery in March 2019 to replace retiring director Earl Powell, she’ll end a highly successful 10 years with Mia, as well as become the first woman to head the National Gallery.
If it’s your job to keep a finger on the checkbook, you’ll enjoy this book because it makes cents and you’ll laugh. If you’re not deep into money matters, then “None of My Business” will hold none of your interest.
The 23,000 square-foot facility will be interactive and feature exhibits of marine animals, birds and reptiles from around the world. The project is expected to create 75 jobs.
Powered by hologram software from California-based company VNTANA, the “industry-first” Ellie the Elf is a 3D-animated chatbot stationed at the mall’s Holiday Cottage on North, where it offers gift recommendations, directions, and more.
In order to succeed, prove to them you’re worth partnering with and make sure you meet their expectations.
Tickets to the volleyball tournament are nearly sold out. A nearby volleyball coaches convention is also expected to draw more than 2,800 people into Minneapolis.
The price and specifics of the deal were not disclosed, but by teaming up with Holchem, a supplier of hygiene and cleaning products, Ecolab is looking to better serve European markets.
Even while the tour raised expectations of an open and inclusive administration, Walz admitted that he might not always meet those expectations.
Of the 100 biggest metro areas in the U.S., Chicago is one of just 10 that lost population.
The medical device giant isn’t admitting wrongdoing in any of the cases but will pay $13 million in relation to its own STRATIS Registry, and the remaining amount for issues involving products and activities of two subsidiaries: Covidien and ev3.
From mental health support to launching a stadium, local businesspeople are already looking at what’s on their plate next year.
TCB's 2018 Person of the Year on being clear, being authentic, and shareholder buy-in.
The weekend TV anchor is leaving the job he once called his dream for the chance to help the iconic AM radio station find a younger audience.
The Stillwater-based startup, Vascudyne Inc., will move to commercialize two cardiovascular-related products that utilize its novel technology: living replacement tissue made of skin cells.
The FDA says it’s safe to eat most romaine lettuce again—but will you? Skyway salad spots say the impact of the recall will be tough to overcome.
Two sharks jumped on Prank-O’s pitch, but only one landed a deal. (Hint: The chosen shark also owns the Dallas Mavericks.)
The partnership, which involves the renaming of the program to Metro Target Retail Accelerator, aims to enhance the accelerator program’s reach.
Each company is claiming rights to their own sweater: Ragstock will sell the seasonal red sweater, while First Avenue will sell a black version.