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.
The anniversary collection will include Michael Graves, Isaac Mizrahi, Missoni, and Lily Pulitzer.
How restaurants set prices, and why some dishes are loss leaders and others are pure profit.
The company’s stores allow customers to test out tech products before buying.
Minneapolis store owner Erik Hamline was quick to bow to one blogger’s pressure. Did he make the right call? Experts weigh in.
The International menswear brand will open its first Minnesota store at the Edina shopping center, and other new retailers are coming this fall.
Before joining the retailer, Govind worked as group manager on Facebook’s infrastructure team.
The news comes as the mall industry shifts “from pure retail to mixed-use lifestyle hubs,” says Southdale GM Judy Tullius.
The hair care company will no longer sell to customers at its Linden Hills headquarters.
The sale of Savage Arms will allow Vista to pay off debt and focus on ammunition and hunting accessories.
Under an exclusive license agreement with a Tokyo-based firm, Table Trac's casino management system will be rebranded for the Japanese market.
The mall intends to replace the hall with a new concept featuring local vendors.
The Minneapolis-based coffee company on Thursday will begin offering black cold brew coffee in a can.
The retailer’s new brand, More Than Magic, features more than 500 items including sleepwear, sports attire, casual clothing, backpacks and other school supplies, jewelry, and more for 8- to 12-year-old girls.
The 13-year-old local shop is moving from Excelsior Boulevard to Northeast Minneapolis and narrowing its assortment. But first, a big sale.