Twin Cities–area restaurants offer a range of cuisine and atmosphere
for private company meetings, parties, and special events.
The last remaining holdout from the glory days of local TV news just retired from WCCO-TV this year, but he's working, working, working.
The eyewear brand commissioned St. Paul artist Sam Kalda to create a mural for the new store.
The funds come through the bank’s Neighborhood Builders program.
The deal is the largest in Digi’s history.
In September, Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison and several other leaders filed a court motion to block the “final conscience” rule, which would have allowed individuals to refuse to provide health care services that violated their personal beliefs.
Flood of units with seven-figure price tags are inundating downtown Minneapolis.
The combined company will have nearly 3,000 customers in the Upper Midwest.
"The store as we knew it is not reopening," Eric Dayton says. A new chapter starts this week with a "climate positive" parka.
After a local test run last year, Minneapolis-based Hairless Dog Brewing is going national with a non-alcoholic craft beer.
The Minnetonka alcohol producer will use proceeds from the raise to ramp up production of freeze-and-eat ice pops.
The TV and comedy icon will use Stratasys’ latest 3D printer to restore and refurbish antique vehicles.
Hot sauce maker wants growth for worldwide domination.
Talent, land, and a supportive local government help drive high-paying jobs.
Long Lake-based Dog Threads, which sells clothing for four-legged friends around the world, will make a pitch on the TV series this Sunday.
Robinson co-founded the organization in September 2013.
A roundup of business news around the state, curated by TCB editors.
Now in its third year, the Compass student group works to connect students, alumni, and area business leaders. Its flagship alumni reunion event will be held on Friday.
A study ranks the country’s top metros based on 2016 U.S. Census data.
How does a 19-year-old company known for funky magnifying glasses reposition itself as a major player in the optical industry? The head of Minneapolis-based Eyebobs reveals his vision.