High costs and susceptibility to weather conditions have created challenges for the industry.
The electronics company's same-store sales jumped 9 percent during the holiday period, an incredible feat for any retailer in today's retail climate.
How the Duluth-based company is leveraging its product heritage in the entertainment industry.
The exclusive hoodie will find its way to 1,400 Target stores in late February.
Honeymoon experience gifts will appear alongside traditional Target gift items in registries and will be searchable in-store.
After acquiring the quick delivery startup Shipt last December for $550 million, Target is implementing the company's model in its hometown as it prepares to go national with the new service.
The move comes amid a strategy shift toward online orders.
While Best Buy may part ways with its CD business, the electronics retailer in the meantime will continue to sell vinyl records.
The flower and gardening company will restructure its leadership organization leading up to Dale Bachman's retirement as CEO.
The room rental company is helping fill a gap between the Twin Cities' available hotel accommodations and the number of Super Bowl visitors.
Two entrepreneurs are taking their business back to the basics.
The owners are seeking a new "unique" tenant for the high-profile retail space.
The local co-working operators and their partners believe the new venture could lead to the creation of up to 250 Fueled Collective locations across the country.
The Minneapolis artist created annual holiday exhibits and flower shows that became a fixture of the Nicollet Mall during the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
Muster believes that the future of retail is a mix of online and offline, and Amazon needs a bigger brick-and-mortar footprint to compete with Walmart. The logical step: Buy Target.
Tenants sleep it off at Fifth Street Towers.
The service will cost $99 a year for unlimited deliveries on orders over $35. It works via a network of contracted shoppers who use an app to fulfill orders and deliver them to customers using their own cars.
“Several people here have had to quit because their home-based day care closed,” said Lynda Everson, HR director for Brunswick Boat Group. “It’s a constant frustration in our employee base.”
Gander Outdoors still promises to service the hunting and shooting markets, but also seems to position its brand in a way that would make it more directly competitive with companies like REI or Cabela’s.
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