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Slated to open Nov. 20, the store takes the place of longtime tenant Tucci Benucch.
The eyewear brand commissioned St. Paul artist Sam Kalda to create a mural for the new store.
"The store as we knew it is not reopening," Eric Dayton says. A new chapter starts this week with a "climate positive" parka.
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.
The fast casual salad chain opened Thursday in Highland Park—the third in Humphries’ six-franchise deal
Local store owners say a proposal to redevelop a nearby city-owned parking lot could drive businesses away from the shopping district.
Scott Kennedy, who worked at Target for 14 years, has been named Caribou’s chief financial officer.
The news marks the retailer’s latest shot across the bow at Amazon.
The program comes less than a year after the company rebranded amid significant revenue declines.
We found the emptiest big-box stores.
Michael Fiddelke is taking over as CFO, and chief merchandising officer Mark Tritton is leaving to become CEO of Bed Bath & Beyond.
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Target has pledged to provide online shopping, inventory holding, and order fulfillment services for the toy retailer’s revamped website and new ‘experiential’ stores.
The two-year collaboration will include headwear featuring Disney, Pixar and Star Wars characters.
Just a few months after shuttering its longtime Uptown location in Calhoun Square, Famous Dave’s returns later this year as a smaller restaurant at 800 W. Lake Street.
Developers of the Nicollet Mall landmark offer a glimpse at their progress and assurances that leases are in the works.
Lake Calhoun is gone from the map, but area businesses have no consensus on changing their names.
On the heels of a $76 million renovation and the opening of a two-story aquarium, Rosedale Center bucks the retail doomsday trend and eyes a project to introduce housing, a grocery store, and more.
The store will test new technologies and feature brands including Kendra Scott and ThirdLove.