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.
Doors closed abruptly this week on the $12 million high-tech attraction that opened less than three years ago.
The Richfield-based electronics retailer also hopes to capitalize on health tech over the next few years.
The busy retail season has begun, with Minneapolis-based Target and UPS announcing their seasonal hiring plans. Target’s seasonal staff will be larger than 2018, following two strong 2019 quarters.
CEO Brian Cornell and Target executive team touted culture and customer service.
The program, called Target Circle, offers redeemable rewards and personalized offers.
The hometown chain’s new leader brews up
a fresh recipe to stand out in a crowded field.
The “Drive Up” service reaches the milestone just two years after it debuted.
The company says it’s halting industrial manufacturing of pottery to pursue other business opportunities.
The company aims to open five “Caribou Cabins” in Minnesota over the next few months.
The scoop behind Lucky Cricket’s seven-week closure.
The Minneapolis retailer has surpassed Wall Street expectations in the second quarter, even as its peers continue to struggle. What is Target doing right?
The brand—Target’s largest in-house brand yet—will include more than 2,000 food items by the end of 2020, with the first products rolling out September 15. Some existing food brands will be phased out.
EasyEats, which began beta testing in April, has now been implemented at 10 food trucks in Minnesota, says co-founder Warren Nash.
Drive-thrus are key revenue generators for many chain restaurants. So why did Minneapolis ban them?
Four tips to help event planners maintain integrity.