MN United's managing partner takes TCB inside the Twin Cities' youngest sports franchise as it prepares to move into its new facility and its next era.
As the team’s new affiliated NBA 2K League gaming team launches its season, the T-Wolves close out theirs with a final Prince-themed “City Edition” home game.
Plenty of seating options are available on resale markets for last-minute buyers.
General Mills and Mall of America are among the local businesses getting in on the action of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships that’s expected to bring 94,000 visitors to Minnesota.
The makeover of the Twins' main entryway will entice fans with pop-up shops, lawn games, live music and activities.
The St. Louis Park-based nonprofit has launched a Production Services initiative to connect members in its artist network to businesses in need of low-cost, high-quality video productions.
The last time St. Paul hosted the human-powered aircrafts competition was in 2010, when a team set the world record for furthest distance traveled.
RJM will take over ownership of the Soap Factory building in Southeast Minneapolis and allow the arts organization to remain there for two years rent-free.
Fans could enter Target Field for as little as $3.72 per person each game for 79 home games this year under the cheapest Twins Pass plan.
As other NBA owners, or WNBA owners, have walked away from their WNBA franchises, the Lynx have been profitable. The secret: winning.
The restaurant aims to highlight independent breweries that are “as local as possible.”
Both were chosen for offering unusual on-site perks and benefits.
The bold patterns and colors of Marimekko will be featured in Target stores on a number of items, such as paddle boards, dinnerware and bocce ball sets.
The sports apparel and memorabilia store builds buzz by getting players to show up.
The Timberwolves are the first local pro franchise to eliminate the paper ticket.
Four Daughters was featured at Sundance.
The smartphone app is on a 90-day charge to raise $2 million to $5 million to broaden its reach outside of Minnesota.
A study found that every dollar invested in its 2015 spring/summer campaign generated a $75 return for Minnesota.
Several high-profile companies have already struck agreements likely valued in the millions.
$300,000 has already been raised.
Much of the Twin Cities station’s programs will broadcast from Duluth, yet the station plans to hire a new radio personality to host a local show.
News of the electronics retailer’s sales decline resulted in a sharp drop in company stock.
After the latest round of fundraising, the park project nears the halfway mark to its $22 million goal.
The Minneapolis museum and Culinaire will team up to design a new restaurant to complement the opening of its $75 million expansion.
Dozens of Minnesota companies are making the trip to Las Vegas this week to promote a wide range of products and services.
Nautilus bought the company after a year-and-a-half long search for “a strategic acquisition” to grow its equipment portfolio.
As virtual reality innovators like Slobin shape the tech’s future, product-consumer interactions could change how we interact with the world.
Even casual drone users will have to comply with the new requirements.
The 10-year deal will name a gate after the company and allow Pentair to use their water-filtering technology at filling stations throughout the stadium.
The city and others involved in the fundraising effort have been prodding the Vikings to up their contribution.