Minneapolis bespoke suitmakers fit the World's Strongest Man and Game of Thrones star "Thor" Bjornsson.
The increase to $13 an hour will happen in June, with the goal of reaching $15 an hour by the end of 2020.
After 37 years, the homegrown company is closing all six remaining Twin Cities stores.
Less than a week after Target rolled out new goals for tackling climate change, the organization Customers Who Care has amassed more than 100,000 signatures on its petition urging the retailer to address its plastic waste output.
The Minneapolis-based apparel company has launched a new line of swimsuits made 100 percent from post-consumer recycled water bottles.
The brand, which sells clothing for a wide range of body types, will hit the mall as an 1,800-square-foot pop-up shop later this spring.
Improving on greenhouse gas emission reduction goals established in 2017, Target plans to change store lightbulbs to LED and add rooftop solar panels to 500 stores by 2020, among other efforts.
The price for Maurices was not revealed, but buyer OpCapita cited the brand’s enterprise value to be $300 million.
Shoppers will start seeing the label in early spring, as Target strives towards transparency in chemical usage.
National brands are replacing some locals at MOA retail incubator Fourpost.
Months after shutting down manufacturing in St. Paul, the century-old leather goods company is redefining its hometown presence.
With a focus on convenience and efficiency, Minnesota entrepreneurs Michele Henry and Alexandra Nanne plan to franchise their new walk-in spa, which opens this weekend at Galleria in Edina.
How to makes sense of today’s consumer habits? Study them, scientifically. That’s the goal of 3M’s Multimillion-Dollar Consumer Data Science and Merchandising Lab.
The new invite-only program will partner the retailer with third-party vendors in an attempt to create “thoughtfully selected” assortments of its more popular shopping categories.
However, the total number of tourists that adventured to Minneapolis last year—on the back of the Super Bowl, X Games and other events—won’t be known until June.
HOM plans to build its biggest superstore yet to house all of its brands including Dock86 and the upscale Gabberts, the founding anchor of Edina's Galleria, since 1959.
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The coffee company chose Girls on the Run International to receive a portion of proceeds this month.
There’s no shopping cart necessary with this high-tech addition.
“Find Your True North” ads launch this spring to promote the state’s $15.3 billion tourism industry.