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.

Target Unveils Design Partnership With Finnish Brand Marimekko

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.

How Fan HQ Built Its Brand

The sports apparel and memorabilia store builds buzz by getting players to show up.

Minnesota Sports Move Away From Paper Tickets

The Timberwolves are the first local pro franchise to eliminate the paper ticket.

Minnesota Winery Finds Niche In Entertainment Industry

Four Daughters was featured at Sundance.

Phoji Channels Angel Investors To Spread Nationally

The smartphone app is on a 90-day charge to raise $2 million to $5 million to broaden its reach outside of Minnesota.

Explore Minnesota’s #OnlyinMN Campaign Boosts Tourism

A study found that every dollar invested in its 2015 spring/summer campaign generated a $75 return for Minnesota.

Ecolab Joins Ranks Of U.S. Bank Stadium Partners

Several high-profile companies have already struck agreements likely valued in the millions.

Prevent Biometrics Seeking $2.5M In Equity Financing

$300,000 has already been raised.

The Current Expands To Duluth With New FM Frequency

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.

Best Buy Lowers Guidance After Holiday Revenue Drops

News of the electronics retailer’s sales decline resulted in a sharp drop in company stock.

Local Businesses Contribute $7.5M To Downtown East Park

After the latest round of fundraising, the park project nears the halfway mark to its $22 million goal.

Walker Art Center Cuts Catering Ties With D’Amico, Hires Culinaire

The Minneapolis museum and Culinaire will team up to design a new restaurant to complement the opening of its $75 million expansion.

Minnesota On The CES Floor

Dozens of Minnesota companies are making the trip to Las Vegas this week to promote a wide range of products and services.

Octane Fitness Sold To Bowflex, Schwinn Equipment Maker For $115M

Nautilus bought the company after a year-and-a-half long search for “a strategic acquisition” to grow its equipment portfolio.

Q&A: Adrian Slobin, Global Innovation Lead At SapientNitro

As virtual reality innovators like Slobin shape the tech’s future, product-consumer interactions could change how we interact with the world.

FAA, MnDOT Require All Drones Users To Register Their Aircrafts

Even casual drone users will have to comply with the new requirements.

Pentair Becomes Founding Partner At US Bank Stadium

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.

Vikings To Give $2M To Commons Park Construction

The city and others involved in the fundraising effort have been prodding the Vikings to up their contribution.

Chicago Sports Tech Firm Moves To Minneapolis

Player’s Health tracks injuries in youth sports.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Achieves Crowdfunding Comeback

The cult show, which got its start on an independent station in the Twin Cities, raised more than $1 million in its first day of fundraising.

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