Dr. Bill McGuire's Stadium-Sized Goals for MN United

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.

Timberwolves Announce Prince Record Giveaway, Gaming League Schedule

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.

Final Four Tickets in Minneapolis: “More Affordable than the Super Bowl”

Plenty of seating options are available on resale markets for last-minute buyers.

Final Four Pop-Ups and Partnerships: How Local Businesses are Seizing a Slam Dunk Opportunity

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.

Target Field's Gate 34 Experience is a Major League First

The makeover of the Twins' main entryway will entice fans with pop-up shops, lawn games, live music and activities.

Twin Cities Film Fest Debuts Initiative to Connect Businesses with Local Filmmakers

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.

Red Bull’s High-Flying Flugtag Event Returns to St. Paul This September

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.

Soap Factory Safe for Now, Following Deal to Resolve $3.8 Million Debt Issue

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.

Twins Debut Subscription-Style Ticket Plan ‘Twins Pass’ for 2019 Season

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.

How the Minnesota Lynx Went from Also-Rans to Outperforming the WNBA

As other NBA owners, or WNBA owners, have walked away from their WNBA franchises, the Lynx have been profitable. The secret: winning.

Snowmobiling Becomes Niche Sport in Minnesota

High costs and susceptibility to weather conditions have created challenges for the industry.

Crown Bank Awarded More Than $600K in Suit Against Former Viking Adrian Peterson

In total, the running back will have to repay the Edina-based bank about $639,000 to cover a $2.4 million loan he agreed to in 2016.

How to Make Sense of the NFL's Fanciful Super Bowl Economic Impact Numbers

"Economists have a rough rule of thumb: Move the decimal point one place to left, and you're far more likely to come up a better measure of economic impact than the NFL number."

Sleep Number Locks Down NFL Partnership, Will Give Free Smart Beds to Football Players

For the next five years, rookie players will also have the option to receive a free Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed when they join the league.

The Twins Return to AM Radio

Why the ball club moved back to WCCO.

Minnesota's Sports Tech Scene is Heating Up

Several startups are suiting up in hopes of getting scouted and drafted by investors.

Construction of $27M Sports and Wellness Project in Bemidji Pushed Back

Officials originally planned to break ground on the Sanford Family Sports and Wellness Complex later this year, but construction now may not start until 2019.

Finnegans Brew Co. is 'Taking On the System' with Augmented Reality Super Bowl Ad

A Minneapolis-based beer-making nonprofit is incorporating augmented reality and virtual beer to cut promotional costs during the Big Game.

Book Review: “Play Big: Lessons in Being Limitless from the First Woman to Coach in the NFL”

Author Jen Welter speaks to businesspeople and their teams, both on and off the field, and to women, with a personal story that’s timely and powerfully unforgettable.

Minnesota State Fair’s $7.2M Upgrade Looks to Preserve Nostalgia While Preparing for the Future

The improvements include updates to existing attractions, as well as investments in infrastructure that will help the “The Great Minnesota Get-together” bring in state-of-the-art traveling exhibits.

Life Time Fitness Wipes Cable News from Gym TVs

A spokeswoman for the fitness center chain said the decision came from requests from its members who were tired of seeing “consistently negative or politically-charged content.”

You Better Pay the Sportswriter

The Athletic takes aim at local newspaper sports sections.

Racing to Save the Trucking Industry

A local entrepreneur’s new racing series is igniting interest among motorheads across the nation.

Is the Party Over?

High-profile workplace holiday parties may be on the decline, but two of the region’s most lavish events soldier on.

This Minnesota Training Center Wants to Change the Economics of Hockey

Entirely unique to Competitive Edge Hockey’s facility is the Crossover Flywheel, a giant spinning disc designed to build strength and acceleration in skaters.

Two Minnesota Retailers Land Partnership with MLB

From TV broadcast plugs to in-ballpark promotions, Gander Outdoors and The House will soon be featured on all things Major League Baseball.

Chris Wright Named First CEO of Minnesota United FC

The long-time president of the Timberwolves and Lynx organization will officially make the transition to Minnesota United on October 6.

Vikings Hire 18-Year-Old "Gen Z" Consultant

The latest generation is entering the workforce—and emerging as a powerful group of consumers.

Educational Game Maker MindWare Buys Competitor Peaceable Kingdom

Peaceable Kingdom was founded in 1983 by the family of Clement Hurd, illustrator of the popular children’s book “Good Night Moon”.

Valleyfair Looks to Hire 700 Seasonal Employees

The amusement park is gearing up for its annual ValleyScare event, which runs from mid-September to end of October period.

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