Regis Corp. to Cut 290 Jobs Nationwide Amid Restructuring

The cuts are part of the Edina-based salon company’s transition into a fully-franchised model.

Southdale Center Tees Up for PXG Boutique Golf Store

The 7,000-square-foot store will be the golf company’s largest.

TCF Secures Naming Rights for Mall of America Rotunda

There hasn’t been a formal naming agreement for the space in 10 years, mall officials say.

J.Crew to Close Rosedale Store

This leaves just two J.Crew locations in the Twin Cities. Meanwhile, Rosedale promises an "exciting" replacement very soon.

Target Set to Launch New 'All in Motion' Activewear Brand

Featuring apparel for the whole family in extended sizes, the collection launches in late January.

St. Paul Event Center Set to Open in February

The event center joins retailers, restaurants, and hockey teams in the Treasure Island Center facility in downtown St. Paul.

Non-Alcoholic Elixir Company Earl Giles Preps for Distillery in Northeast

Later this year, the company will open a 16,000-square-foot distillery and production center, which will include a cocktail lounge and kitchen.

How Minnesota Towns Are Trying to Fill Their Empty Shopkos

As part of a bankruptcy plan, Shopko shuttered all its stores last spring. Now, small Minnesota towns are figuring out what to do with them.

Minneapolis Launches Online Food Inspection Reports

The city becomes the first in Minnesota to create an online database for all food inspection information.

Regis Reacquires Salons from The Beautiful Group

To protect against financial losses, Edina-based Regis Corp. has taken back about 200 salons it sold to The Beautiful Group in 2017.

Insuring Your Next Big Event

If your insurance agent isn’t asking the right questions, you may be exposing yourself to losses down the road.

Amid Record Holiday Returns, Local Retailers Lean into Goodwill, Good Service

Post-holiday merchandise returns could total $95 billion, according to one survey. But Twin Cities specialty stores report decent December results and very few post-Christmas returns.

PETA: Karl Lagerfeld Paris’ Minnesota-based Owner Bans Fur

AM Retail Group, a Brooklyn-based company that owns Karl Lagerfeld Paris and other clothing brands, has apparently pledged to stop selling clothing with fur, according to PETA.

Greenpeace Takes Aim at Target’s Plastic Use with Holiday Protest

A team of activists appeared at Target’s downtown Minneapolis to urge the retailer to eliminate its reliance on single-use plastics.

Blue Plate Restaurant Group Sued Over ‘Employee Wellness Surcharge’

Many other Twin Cities restaurants have begun instituting similar fees over the years. Could they pose a legal issue?

How to Stay Healthy While Facing Event Planning Stress

While managing events aimed at boosting the mental health of professionals, event planners can't disregard their own mental health. Here's five tips for staying healthy while event planning.

Despite Online Deals, Shoppers Still Line Up for Black Friday

“You will make technology dreams come true,” Best Buy CEO Corie Barry tells employees on Thanksgiving. And Target announces early Cyber Monday deals.

Thinking Outside the Big Box

Small Business Saturday returns for the 10th year. Minnesota business owners say the event provides a much-needed revenue boost.

Black Friday Revisited

Is the annual shopping extravaganza still relevant?

Shoppers Expect a Weaker Economy in 2020, Report Says

In the Twin Cities, shoppers’ outlook on next year’s economy is the “weakest it’s been in years,” according to a new report by Deloitte.

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