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.
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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.
The outdoor products retailer from Utah is said to be looking into the purchase of roughly 130 Gander Mountain locations.
He added that the layoffs were “very unexpected.”
It's the company's second location in downtown Minneapolis.
New stores and increased spending on outdoor tile projects contributed to the strong sales growth, the company said.
The famous bakery is set to open its first Midwest location this summer.
Dick Enrico latest project, 2nd Shade, follows a model similar to the second-hand exercise equipment chain he founded.
The pawnshop chain owes tens of millions of dollars to creditors, including local TV stations.
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While others struggle, company plans 60 new stores in 2017.
The St. Paul restaurant will need to rake in millions to offset start-up costs.
Surprisingly little is being done to safeguard the former Dayton's department store.
The pet supplies retailer will now have the ability to better compete with Petco, PetSmart and Amazon, all of which offer online ordering and home delivery.
The store won't be able to sell liquor for 30 days starting July 2—just as other stores can begin opening Sundays.
The retailer is currently taking bids from potential buyers and plans to announce a deal by early May.
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The electronics retailer will initiate its next growth strategy phase this year, which aims to improve its multi-channel business and presence in Canada and Mexico.
An airport pet hotel is one business concept that can’t help but fly.
The department store chain is closing its Nicollet Mall location this spring.
The company set its sights on digital retailer Amazon after its fourth quarter profits sank by nearly 43 percent year-over-year.
If the southeastern Minnesota city wins, it gets a half-million dollars and will host the next season of Deluxe Corp.’s “Small Business Revolution” series.