Gas prices and auto travel are not so closely tied anymore.
Obama budget calls for banning use of tax-exempt bonds to pay for pro sports facilities.
David Berg, its COO, will lead its hotel division while Carlson Wagonlit Travel CEO Doug Anderson oversees travel.
A report ahead of Tuesday’s investor meeting suggests a push to attract younger shoppers.
Target and three other national retailers became the latest at the center of debate over more regulation in a $32 billion industry.
The retailer reported stronger earnings for its final quarter this year and will provide a further look ahead for 2015 next week.
CEO announces a $1 billion share repurchase program, indicates more acquisitions this year.
It’s adding a 10th store this month and expects continued revenue growth at a time in which independent shoe stores are becoming scarcer.
The fast-growing company now lays claim to being the largest independent office supplier in the Upper Midwest.
The two cities were scored among 83 others based on park spending and access, healthy weight and exercise.
Some newly licensed agents saw it as a good time to start a new career.
The restaurant chain, which has been losing money despite adding new locations, hired a financial advisor to explore potential deals.
The record deal won’t result in a change in management.
The eliminations were expected as part of company ending Canadian operations.
It has struggled in the years since spinning off from 3M Company.
The Harvard Business Review placed the companies in its 100 best performing CEO rankings and recently revised the list based on non-financial reputation.
Its first acquisition fueled another double-digit percent rise in new product developers and engineers served.
More TargetExpress and CityTargets will open in 2015 than traditional big box stores.
The DMC is expected to be state’s largest-ever development project.
Several Twin Cities-area companies are featured in web documentaries and photo essays that coincide with the company’s 100th anniversary.
The transaction is expected to help the company focus on its clean energy subsidiary launched in 2011.
The foundation will enlist pro football players, musicians to help outfit scores of pre-screened patients with new hearing devices.
The deal, expected to close by year's end, will mark a transition away from executive life for the gaming magnate.
A new events series from the Minnesota Cup allows women starting their own businesses to network with each other, find mentors.
Noting the discrepancy, an official said December’s job declines may get revised away.
Has bolder branding delivered for Angie’s?
The company has spent millions on the business since its initial investment in 2011.
The company said strong mobile phone and home theatre sales won’t likely continue at holiday levels the rest of the quarter.
The decision to cut ties followed billions of dollars in losses with no profitability in sight.
A 2013 state law helped pave way for community solar gardens, which will expand options for both residents and businesses seeking to get energy from the sun.
Perks range from cash to offset construction costs to the City of Huntsville buying the parcel itself.
The company piled up nearly $1M in legal costs last year, but its largest product segment led strong sales growth.
The restaurant and hotel management company is one of the country’s biggest hospitality firms to adopt such a management structure.
The new firm, to be called Cogentix Medical Inc., will try to tap into a $1.3 billion endoscopic device market.
Have wheels, will travel.
Some turn up as far away as Florida.
Timothy Owens is accused of lying to the Federal Reserve Board and for obstruction.
The Fargo-based company is on pace to double its assets every five years after recent expansion into the Twin Cities.
One of its three new area clinics will be skewed toward sports performance and wellness services.
Customers will be able to subscribe to solar energy generated by independent developers.
This will be the sixth board on which Rautio will now serve.
Minnesota jobless rate well below national average; new business filings nearing a record.
Company’s CEO again says such a deal doesn’t signal similar action in Canada or Mexico.
Ron Konezny, who once founded a Minnetonka-based telecommunications company, will replace the retiring Joseph Dunsmore.
The deal would expand the company’s e-commerce business.
With U.S. and E.U. approval, shareholders of both companies will vote on the transaction next month.
Turkey, refrigerated food sales help offset some losses as company eclipses $9B in revenue for first time.
Concerns over environmental impact, lax regulations on display in New York Times feature.
Netropolitan Club’s $9K fee earned early publicity, but do the affluent want a virtual country club?
The change is the latest in a year that’s seen a new CEO and a battle over the company’s future.
Lake Minnetonka couple was charged with receiving more than $167,000 in fraudulent benefits.
The beer’s brewer, August Schell, agreed to buy the sign if it learns that the landmark can be relit.
But Japan steals the show with 46 of 100 spots on Thomson Reuters’ annual list.
The site, just one block from Nicollet Hotel block, first hit the market at the beginning of this year.
The year’s latest expansion boosts fitness chain’s 15-country presence.
It is one of seven Minnesota firms to make the 221-firm list this year.
The growing software firm plans to more than double its headcount by 2016.
Similar streaks of incidents prompted bars and restaurants to close and scared others from opening new businesses near perceived crime hot spots.
One year after investigating shareholder complaints, a new round of allegations could come amid further disappointing results.
The UnitedHealth subsidiary’s portfolio expands as its revenue and earnings reportedly continue double-digit ascents.
The Warroad family business earned a Minnesota Business Ethics award earlier this year.
On year’s biggest earnings report day, the company’s good news fueled the largest Dow Jones gains.
In the works for several years, the addition is part of $110 million invested in Twin Cities-area sites.
It says Bombardier Recreational Products and BPR U.S. Inc., used technology it patented in 2000.
This latest purchase, the company’s sixth since 2009, provides customer base on the West Coast.
An investigation revealed that Michael Whitelaw skirted more than $100,000 in sales taxes at his Asian fusion eatery.
Deal adds large customer base in southern hemisphere, but modest bump in revenue.
Tourism agency and brewer’s guild tout “Brewcation” options near state’s expanding array of brewery locales.
Despite acquisition, CEO says the company will remain headquartered in Roseville.
Barely one month after winning the Minnesota Cup, the startup won the “Rise of the Rest” pitch competition in Minneapolis.
“SharePlan” will allow users to sync and share files using encrypted links, pin codes.
Analyst: Volatile quarterly reports not out of ordinary, but company’s recent up and down annual results unexpected.
CarVal has invested more than $76 billion across 70 countries since its inception in 1987.
Although new Treasury rules will make the deal more costly, the company said the two firms’ plans remained compelling.
The airport expects the project to generate up to 20 percent of its total power supply.
The all-cash purchase gives the firm an overseas presence in the oil and natural gas industry.
The natural foods chain leases 45,000 square feet at the CityPlace mixed-use development.
The Rise of the Rest road tour will reward startup efforts here and in four other Midwestern cities.
Once part-owned by the now-jailed Tom Petters, the online retailer was reportedly up for sale since March.
Norcraft cited demand for its Urban Effects product line in Canada and the U.S.
Ativa Medical, Magic Arms for the World and Zimmer Spine, Inc., each selected to present in front of 2,000 industry peers.
Minneapolis and St. Paul each have a store offering the service.
Multimillion-dollar investment will help about 20 Twin Citians move into homes.
The bulk of its sales occurring in North America, the off-road vehicle maker will begin producing in Poland in early 2015.
An adjacent building will be able to accommodate further expansion.
Tech businesses large and small are vying for honors in a dozen categories at the annual fall ceremony.
Endorsements and sponsorships are just a fraction of what the team and its suspended running back will earn from TV revenues and salary, respectively.
Netropolitan.club, headquartered in Minneapolis, went live Tuesday.
The St. Paul newspaper’s parent company said Friday it is considering options that may include selling the N.Y.-based chain or "regional clusters" of its newspapers.
After earning a Best Picture Oscar as a producer, Bill Pohlad returns to directing with the now-acclaimed Love & Mercy.
Minneapolis and St. Paul are near the bottom of a recent study of the best places for Hispanics to start a business.
Cargill becomes the latest agricultural firm to offer software to farmers, while technology player Conservis beefs up its cloud-based farm management offerings
The 150-year-old newspaper has watched its staff continue to dwindle even after emerging from bankruptcy and shifting its printing to the Star Tribune.
Its board of directors now includes the president and COO of leading cloud computing firm Workday
The global food and agriculture products giant would buy six chocolate plants—three in North America and three in Europe—from Chicago company.
A new Brookings report found that foreign college students paid more than $206 million in tuition and $144 million in living costs here between 2008 and 2012.
Thomson Reuters follows Cargill in deciding to outsource more IT jobs.
The Neenah, Wisconsin-based manufacturer has been in Lakeville since 1969, where it employs 221 people.
The Edina-based company did not disclose how many customers or how many stores might be at risk.
The Bloomington-based producer of filtration system saw sales, net earnings and earnings per share rise to company-record levels to cap its fiscal year.
UnitedHealth Group, Mayo Clinic and Fairview Health Services represented on Modern Healthcare’s annual Top 100 list.
The Fridley-based medical technology business announced a $350 million deal to purchase a privately held Italian company, one day after acquiring a Dutch business.
In a busy year for the Fridley-based medical technology company, Medtronic moved to bolster its neuroscience efforts with Tuesday’s purchase of Sapiens SBS.
The Richfield-based electronics giant forecasted single-digit declines in sales for the year’s third and fourth quarters, citing industry trends.
The Golden Valley chain's latest move provides the rising king of chicken wings with its second ‘Fast Casual’ concept.
The Chanhassen-based fitness chain says one of the companies would be a real estate investment trust for all of its properties.
Jan Kruchoski, a managing principal at Minneapolis-based CliftonLarsonAllen, will formally begin her two-year tenure as board chairwoman on October 8.
With Thursday’s closing of the merger of Minnetonka-based Wireless Ronin Technologies Inc., and Creative Realities, Wireless Ronin will shift its headquarters to New York and assume Creative Realities’ brand name.
Shelving previous plans for two venture capital funds worth $70 million, the university announced a new seed-investment program to help fund startups.
The revitalized Snowbate program has so far attracted nearly 50 film, television and commercial projects expected to increase economic output by $25.9 million.
The 40th annual, four-day convention is expected to generate about $9 million in revenue and attract up to 5,000 attendees from around the country.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington metro area ranked 10th on the latest Forbes list of metros offering the best prospects for young professionals with a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Mark Holt, also a recently disbarred attorney, had pleaded guilty to stealing more than $4 million from investment clients from 2005 to 2013.
The Eden Prairie-based grocery chain said Friday it identified a criminal intrusion affecting at least 180 stores in up to five states, including Minnesota.
The deal, expected to close in September, would allow Bloomington-based Donaldson to expand its air filter product line and open a regional office in Abu Dhabi.
Northern Oil and Polaris are among Fortune magazine’s 100 fastest-growing companies, giving Minnesota two representatives on the list for a second straight year.
New Target Canada president said company should not have opened 124 stores and three distribution centers so quickly.