Will Singer Sam Smith Embrace the Style of the North?

Xcel Energy Center gifts the king of love ballads a Duluth Pack bag.

Football Tech Startup GoRout Lands $1M in Seed Financing, New City Loan

Proceeds from the Rochester loan will be used to expand operations, create jobs and develop a new product, identified as “on field-mixed reality training.”

Meet Hodder, the Production Co. Making Hollywood Magic in Minnesota

A look at a Minneapolis-based production company that’s flown under the radar while creating TV specials for high-profile clients such as UnitedHealth Group, ABC, the CW, and Amazon.

Minneapolis Startup NoSweat Inks Deal to Be Official Licensed Partner of PGA Tour

The agreement boosts the “validity” of the company’s product, which eliminates sweat from headwear, and marks big growth as NoSweat anticipates dipping into new market ventures.

Is Minnesota Experiencing Festival Fatigue?

Despite a glut, local organizers say the more the merrier.

Minneapolis Tries to Woo the NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four

The voting committee’s visit was timed to coincide with the WNBA All-Star Game.

Cambria Introduces “Cambria Kitchen” for Live Culinary Demos at State Fair

Built as an update to Le Sueur-based Cambria’s fair space, the kitchen will feature appearances from renowned chef Andrew Zimmern and HGTV host Scott McGillivray.

At New Alamo Drafthouse in Woodbury: Don’t Be Tardy or You’ll Miss the Party

The Austin-based Cinema opens its first Midwest location.

Latino-Influenced Brewery with Attached Soccer Field Opening in Minneapolis

La Doña Cerveceria, located in the Harrison neighborhood of Minneapolis, will include a taproom, art gallery and patio soccer field for a 3 vs. 3 league.

Topgolf Using Intel Gathering, Games to Hire 500 Staffers for New Brooklyn Center Venue

The golf-themed activity venue is now hiring for all positions. Front-of-house candidates are invited to participate in unique task and game-based “auditions,” starting early August.

Smart Hunting

How two entrepreneurs are using smartphone technology to take hunting to the next level.

How Raman Kazama’s Owner Balances Two Careers: in Food and Music

Matthew Kazama’s journey to Ramen Kazama, at the corner of 34th and S. Nicollet Avenue, started in Hawaii, where he was born, and in Matsue, Japan.

Minnesota United Reveals Name of New Stadium

Insurance giant Allianz acquired the naming rights of the new stadium, which will be called Allianz Field.

What's the ROI of a Convention Center Event?

Was a youth volleyball tournament really worth $50 million to Minneapolis? A look at the opaque world of convention-bureau math.

Vikings are the 30th Most-Valuable Sports Team in the World

The newly completed U.S. Bank Stadium helped boost their fortunes substantially.

Pontoon Maker Premier Marine Files for Bankruptcy

The company, headquartered 30 miles north of Minneapolis, employed 225 people and purchased a majority of its boat building materials from local vendors.

Disney-Pixar Sued for Allegedly Stealing ‘Inside Out’ Idea from MN Child Development Expert

Denise Daniels is suing the entertainment company for “an amount to be determined at trial.”

Fitbit Inks Partnership Deal with Timberwolves, Lynx

The three-year deal will not only impact the players’ jerseys, but also the concession stands.

Arctic Cat Recalls 2,700 Snowmobiles

The drive clutch in some of the company’s snowmobiles was found to fracture, posing an impact hazard.

Minnesota Film and TV Board Names New Executive Director

Former executive director Lucinda Winter announced her departure last November.

Cirrus Vision Jet Receives Approval for Flight in Europe, Australia

The personal aircraft maker is hoping to tap new markets for its innovative jet.

The Loons Rise

This spring, Minnesota United FC ascends to soccer's big time. What's its business plan in a sports-saturated market?

Funkytown Remains Lucrative

Kickstarting Innovation: Pre-Civil War Era Saloon Launches Kickstarter

A local lawyer is looking for financial assistance in restoring an almost-demolished limestone saloon from the 1850s.

Universal Music Experiencing Buyer’s Remorse Over Prince Music Deal

A conflict with Warner Music Group may mean Universal has limited access to the late artist’s unreleased recordings.

How The Legalization Of Gambling On Sports Could Impact MN Companies

For years, the parent company of Minneapolis-based Sportradar US has provided sports statistics to international gambling operators. A change in U.S. law could result in a significant uptick in the data and security services it provides to national companies.

The Twins' Clean-Sheet Reset

The Twins’ president discusses his organization’s lost half-decade and the clean-sheet reset underway at Target Field.

The Truth Behind The Founder

Ray Kroc/McDonald’s biopic is Twin Cities-centric.

Chisholm Moves To Cut Ties With Ironbound Studios

The mayor of the Iron Range city said the two parties should “go their own ways” as it moves to evict the movie studio from its basement due to unmet payments.

LeMond Companies Raises $4.8M In Latest Funding Round

The company will soon launch a subsidiary geared toward low-cost carbon fiber production.

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