The board of the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities has approved a plan to acquire several floors in the Gaviidae Common building for a new downtown headquarters, flagship health club and community service activities.
There's a new salvo in the competition at the biggest big-box stores — and it may pay off for consumers this weekend. Sam's Club will allow people who have just a Costco membership card to shop its stores through Monday.
John Griffith, who left Target in 2014 as its executive vice president of property development, will lead global humanitarian operations for Minneapolis-based ARC. He will direct more than 1,600 people in 11 countries, notably Syria, Congo, Pakistan and Somalia.
In the chaos since the vote last week in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, maybe the biggest unanswered question is how much more damage angry voters in big democracies are willing to do to themselves.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc. reached agreements with Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc., the two largest U.S. ride-hailing start-ups, to supply drivers with vehicles the rental-car company rotates out of its fleet.
Saying the existing 195-room hotel isn't big enough to satisfy rising demand for its 10,000 square feet of convention and event spaces, Minneapolis-based CSM unveiled plans to build a second hotel at 9960 Wayzata Blvd., west of Shelard Park.
Aeon, a Twin Cities nonprofit organization, has also been an active and successful bidder. It recently paid $10 million for a pair of apartment buildings that will maintain much-needed workforce housing in the suburbs.