A survey conducted by Explore Minnesota reveals a positive outlook for the tourism industry as the key travel season begins.
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A year after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the company has closed a quarter of its stores and is taking a renewed focus toward online sales to grow.
New owner with big plans: Expect added categories, plus a streamlined website.
The Minneapolis-based design firm specializing in home furnishings takes home the honor with portfolio of chairs, media center, and more.
The new ads highlight the company’s blue-shirt employees and commitment to customer service, and the logo change is based on today’s digital-heavy market.
The local eyewear brand opens this month at Mall of America with plans for more stores.
The Chanhassen company, best known for its chain of gyms, is opening co-working spaces while also developing large-scale luxury apartment complexes.
The updates to the Brainerd Lakes resort are part of Cote Family Destinations’ $30 million brand-wide expansion project.
Arby’s hat and the Broiler’s flames fell this winter.
Stand Up! Records is sticking to comedy on vinyl, despite the challenges.
Hair and skincare brands from around the U.S. flew up to Target’s headquarters to learn about ways to step up their retail game.
EVINE’s stock jumped, but both companies declined to comment.
The RV-focused retailer plans to open SuperCenters in Minnesota and in nearby Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
The $40 boots — the signature item of the design collaboration — didn’t meet the retailer’s quality standards.
All 16 Herberger’s and Younkers stores will close around the state.
Best Buy, which has long viewed Amazon as one of its chief competitors, is teaming up with the e-commerce giant to sell its new Alexa-connected Fire TV Edition televisions.
“Instead of larger department stores, we’re looking to engage companies to entertain smaller sized stores with a more boutique feel,” said Minneapolis Downtown Council spokesman Mark Remme.
Coveted wellies delayed; marketing experts point to missteps
Ninety-five employees of J.J. Taylor Distribution Co. rejected a plan that asked one person to make solo deliveries of 175-pound kegs.