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.
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.
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.
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.
Uptown business owners blame torn up sidewalks and reduced parking for lost revenues.
Ten event veterans share tips for planning a business meeting, conference, or celebration.
The 12,000-square-foot “Skate the Star” rink will be built around the entrance’s star sculpture. Rink use will be free, while a skate rental fee will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities.
Holiday sales are expected to surpass $1.1 trillion, Deloitte says. But Minneapolis-St.Paul area shoppers are more frugal than most and likely to spend as much on experiences as gifts this year.
The financing came entirely from Bastion Capital and will go toward growing the Minneapolis-based company’s retail payments business.
North Local Market opens November 15 featuring 35 makers. Now under new management, City Center hopes to highlight the downtown opportunity for small retailers.
With the sale by Newell Brands, Jostens, known for its class rings, yearbooks and championship sports rings, gets its third new owner in three years.
Lured by strong fundamentals, Brookfield Property Partners now owns malls in Rochester, St. Cloud, and Mankato.
The retail giant will equip employees with devices enabling customers to check out with any employee anywhere in the store. Black Friday hours and deals were also announced.
More than 13,000 engineers are expected to attend the three-day professional event at the Minneapolis Convention Center, which kicks off Thursday.
About a quarter of the products being sold on the Amazon Handmade digital pop-up shop come from Minnesota businesses.
The Minneapolis-based grocer adds a new marketplace and increased on-demand capabilities through the partnership, for service in all of its 27 Twin Cities-area locations.
The company announced layoffs of 28 employees today as Minneapolis-based Softline Brand Partners takes over manufacturing operations for the leather goods maker.
As the Minnesota retailer opens its first Vermont location, it is celebrating its 50-state milestone with an online series highlighting Target’s history and current activities across the country.
Located in the back of MartinPatrick 3, Marty's is the barbershop of choice among executives.
Building a loyal customer base will be key.
The Minneapolis craft meat startup is gearing up for a nationwide launch into Target stores.
High attendance at this year’s spring show inspired the continuation of the long-held Twin Cities tradition.
The LYM Studio will be used for product launch events, influencer and brand collaborations.
To fulfill expected, rising demand, Target will hire 20 percent more staff for the holiday rush period than in 2017, boost hours of existing employees as desired, and offer all employees primetime wages and perks.
Trade group has 250 member businesses, including Target and Best Buy.
A glimpse inside Target’s National Meeting in Minneapolis, where the tennis superstar and her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, spoke to 3,000.
The “digital boutique” won’t accept cash or credit. Pay by Amazon App only.
Citing age and a desire to have more fun and family time, Larson retires from his role leading the food and beverage component of the fair after another record-setting year.