Before joining the retailer, Govind worked as group manager on Facebook’s infrastructure team.
The news comes as the mall industry shifts “from pure retail to mixed-use lifestyle hubs,” says Southdale GM Judy Tullius.
The hair care company will no longer sell to customers at its Linden Hills headquarters.
The sale of Savage Arms will allow Vista to pay off debt and focus on ammunition and hunting accessories.
Under an exclusive license agreement with a Tokyo-based firm, Table Trac’s system will be integrated into casinos throughout Japan.
The mall intends to replace the hall with a new concept featuring local vendors.
The Minneapolis-based coffee company on Thursday will begin offering black cold brew coffee in a can.
The retailer’s new brand, More Than Magic, features more than 500 items including sleepwear, sports attire, casual clothing, backpacks and other school supplies, jewelry, and more for 8- to 12-year-old girls.
The 13-year-old local shop is moving from Excelsior Boulevard to Northeast Minneapolis and narrowing its assortment. But first, a big sale.
The company has distributed $31,500 among eight employees in four states.
The locally owned salon is taking the former Z. Gallerie space and adding a high-end men's head-to-toe grooming concept.
Relocation of longtime owner prompts sale of downtown institution.
Following its success as a food truck, Jinx Tea introduces first location in Linden Hills with a focus on crafted drinks and "clean" ingredients.
Amazon, Target and eBay have all announced plans for major sales this summer. Beyond some of the obvious reasons, how did they land on July?
To help consumers reduce their carbon emissions by 20 percent by 2030, Best Buy plans to provide more smart thermostats, LED lighting, and other Energy Star goods and services.
Last year, 34.5 million visitors the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro.
The retailer’s latest offerings include high-tech rowing machines, bikes, recovery systems, and more.
How the retail giant made a swift recovery after a nationwide register outage.
The coffee roaster had been producing coffee out of a 486-square-foot space on St. Paul’s Vandalia Street.
“Our first quarter results did not reflect the level of improvement we had planned for,” said CEO Keri Jones.