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Bootstrap Coffee Opens First Retail Site

The coffee roaster had been producing coffee out of a 486-square-foot space on St. Paul’s Vandalia Street.

Losses Continue to Mount for Christopher & Banks

“Our first quarter results did not reflect the level of improvement we had planned for,” said CEO Keri Jones.

Secure The Most Value From Your Security

Tips to make your event a success by ensuring your security team is as effective as possible.

Target Boosts Employee Benefits with Family-Focused Offerings

On the heels of its minimum wage hike, the Minneapolis retail giant has announced new offerings of expanded backup care for elderly and children, paid family leave, and increased adoption and surrogacy reimbursement.

Uptown: Closed Temporarily

City’s second closure of key Hennepin Avenue retail block causes new frustrations

Rosy Outlook for Summer Tourism

Survey: Resort and campground operators expect revenue to grow this summer

Owner of Cheers Minneapolis Accused of Antisemitic Comments

Facebook screenshots circulating Tuesday allegedly show Cheers Minneapolis owner Emad Abed making several antisemitic remarks.

Cheers Minneapolis Sets Late June Opening Date

The bar's owner has abandoned plans to raise funds from the community to purchase the building.

Family Business Solutions: Avoiding a Rocky Business Succession

Family businesses that want to keep the company in the family need a clear and realistic succession plan.

‘Just Time to Let It Go:' A Sea Change in the North Shore

A number of prominent North Shore resorts are changing hands. Why now?

Dunkin’ Donut’s Hastings Store First of More to Come in Twin Cities

Store owner plans to open 17 stores total in the southeast metro.

Evine Live is Out; ShopHQ Returns

Company also cuts $15 million in “overhead costs,” installs new CFO, and plans Spanish language shopping channel.

A Better-Than-Expected Buy

Best Buy posts quarterly net earnings of $265 million, up from $208 million last year.

Red-Letter Day for Target

Minneapolis retailer sees strong gains in comp store sales, digital sales, and profits.

Southdale’s Shuttered Herberger’s Site to House Public Library Branch

Hennepin County would pay mall owner more than $560K a year to lease the space

Co-working Gets Social

The latest business phenomenon to go under the millennial knife? The club.

Crafting A Micro-Boutique Hotel in Duluth

Two young entrepreneurs open Hotel Pikku, a three-suite boutique hotel.

A Hit of Privilege: How Maharaja's Has Lasted Nearly 50 Years in St. Paul

Maharaja’s has survived nearly five decades in St. Paul, reaping the benefits of goodwill, good breeding, and good vibes.

MyPillow Lays Off 120 Employees in Shakopee as it Launches New E-Commerce Platform

Mike Lindell, CEO of the Chaska-based bedding product manufacturing company, says the layoffs are needed to restructure facility operations for his new venture.

Latest Rounds of Target Accelerator Programs Get Underway

Eight mission-driven companies have begun their cohort of Target's latest program, the Target Incubator, while nine are set to begin the Metro Target Retail Accelerator, recently renamed and revamped from what was Target + Techstars.

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