Evan Ramstad

Copy Editor
Phone: 612-673-4241
Evan Ramstad is the Business Digital Editor.

Recent content from Evan Ramstad

Delta: No decision on cuts to international routes from MSP

Delta is looking at cutting unprofitable international routes — but it has no specifics on how Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport might be affected. The airline, along with its partners, accounts for 74 percent of the passenger market at MSP.

Updated: April 16, 2015, - 10:49 AM

Duluth Trading apologizes to Don Henley to resolve trademark dispute

Eagles singer, known for protecting his trademarks, accepts a public apology from Duluth Trading.

Updated: April 15, 2015, - 09:13 PM

With no energy trading misstep, Cargill profit jumps 33 percent

Third-quarter results were strong compared with last year, with gains in energy trading and protein and animal nutrition.

Updated: April 10, 2015, - 06:07 AM

Reviews are in: Apple Watch performs well but isn't a necessity

The reviews are in for Apple's first smartwatch and they're generally good, although reviewers caution that the gadget isn't as intuitive as the company's previous gizmos.

Updated: April 08, 2015, - 11:27 PM

St. Paul's Internet Broadcasting becomes base of media-services firm Lakana

Internet Broadcasting Systems becomes the base operation for the newly formed firm Lakana.

Updated: April 07, 2015, - 09:40 AM

At SPS Commerce, mobile shopping became a huge opportunity

SPS Commerce, the Minneapolis-based maker of business software, gave itself an edge about a decade ago by letting customers access...

Updated: April 04, 2015, - 11:58 AM

Best Buy closes 66 Future Shops, consolidates Canadian operation

Best Buy will stop using the Future Shop brand in its Canadian operation, closing 66 stores and renaming 65 others, the company said Saturday. The move, part of a $200 million revamping of store and digital operations in Canada, will result in 1,500 job losses.

Updated: March 28, 2015, - 07:26 PM

Inside Target's growth plan, buybacks play a strong role

The layoffs at Target Corp. are the most ­dramatic and painful part of CEO Brian ­Cornell’s plan to boost profits in the next five years, but they’re not the most potent financial move the company plans.

Updated: March 11, 2015, - 01:44 PM

Minnesota banks positioned for strong 2015

The Minneapolis Fed said 2014 turned out better than expected.

Updated: March 06, 2015, - 09:05 PM

By saying little about cuts, Target heightens uncertainty

By being vague about plan to cut thousands of jobs, the retailer only increases workers’ anxiety, experts say.

Updated: March 05, 2015, - 01:35 PM

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