Uponor execs to ring NASDAQ bell on Monday

Pipe maker celebrates its 100th year ringing bell on Wall street.

As Herberger's closing sale winds down, you'll want this simple math tip

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As Herberger's closing sale winds down, you'll want this simple math tip

Biotech thriving in Minnesota as overall health startup fundraising slows

August 16
A slow-down in health fundraises of less than $4M blamed on loss of angel investor tax credit
Business
August 16

Flipgrid plans to expand under Microsoft

Flipgrid, which raised millions from local investors in 2015, was acquired earlier this summer by Microsoft.
Minneapolis
August 16
Developers release new renderings of north Mpls. riverfront concert venue

Developers release new renderings of north Mpls. riverfront concert venue

Developers are sharing more information about possible plans to transform part of the Minneapolis riverfront.
Business
August 15

Mike Train named next president of Emerson Electric

Emerson President Edward Monser to retire Oct. 1
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Business
August 14

GdB ad agency merges with Modern Climate

The sister companies will now be under the Modern Climate name.
Business
August 14
Frontier sale flies one-way from MSP to 8 destinations for $39

Frontier sale flies one-way from MSP to 8 destinations for $39

Frontier sale flies one-way from MSP to 8 destinations for $39 (INCLUDES taxes)
Business
August 13

Minneapolis Fed focuses on growth of wealth disparity

The top 10 percent of Americans, in addition to growing incomes, are capturing the lion's share of wealth.
Business
August 11
The University of Minnesota relaunched the “Old Main Heating Plant,” which is twice as efficient as the old facility.

Greener, more-powerful co-generation energy plant at U is proxy for a more-efficient, job-producing economy

"Old Main," a dirty, once-shuttered, coal-fired plant, was relaunched last December as a natural gas-fired combined heat and power producer.
ST50: 2018 ranking of Minnesota companies
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Business
August 10
Off-price outlet Macy's Backstage will open in Mall of America

Off-price outlet Macy's Backstage will open in Mall of America

The Twin Cities area's second Backstage joins Nordstrom Rack and Marshalls in Bloomington megamall.
Business
August 9

Publicly held Florida RV retailer expands to Minnesota

The newly public company is headed by Twin Citian Bill Murnane, formerly of Wayzata Investment Partners.
Business
August 8
Jim Wolford, CEO and co-founder of Atomic Data. (RICHARD TSONG-TAATARII/Star Tribune file photo)

Growing Atomic Data consolidates Downtown and adds partnership with Summit Academy

The 17-year-old IT-services-and-security is adding employees.
Business
August 8
Warby Parker gets its own space

Warby Parker gets its own space

Trendy eyewear retailer expands national brick-and-mortar footprint.
Business
August 6

Capella will dismiss nearly 10 percent of workforce as a result of merger

The former Capella Education just completed a $1.2 billion merger with a Virginia-based firm that will be the headquarters of "Strategic Education."
Business
August 4
From left, Jim Hemak, Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest CEO Gina Blayney and Pat Hemak.

Jim Hemak, who benefited from JA in 1960s, invests in its Twin Cities future

That Junior Achievement experience imbued him with a sense of confidence and entrepreneurship that transcended his career, Hemak says.
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Business
August 3

State awards $2.7 million for workforce training for businesses

The Minnesota Jobs Skills Partnership program has awarded $56 million to community colleges to help business train 67,000 workers since 2011.
Business
August 3
Spirit Airlines has ended its service to Chicago's O'Hare Airport, and at the same time prices don't seem to be as competitive as they once were.

MSP loses yet another airline flying nonstop to Chicago

In 2015 it was Sun Country that dropped nonstop flights to Midway, and now Spirit Airlines has ended its direct flights to O'Hare.
Business
August 3

Assemble coworking company closes Mpls. office

The Chicago-based company no longer has the Minneapolis office on its list of locations.
Business
August 2

Opus looking ahead to future development on Nicollet Mall

Opus purchased 1.5 acres near its new luxury apartment development.
Business
August 1

Minnesota seniors get more protection against financial fraud

The "safe seniors" act gives financial providers more tools when they suspect fraud on vulnerable-and-elderly adults.
Minneapolis
August 1
New speakers announced for inaugural global health conference

New speakers announced for inaugural global health conference

Organizers for MANOVA - The Global Healthcare Summit have announced additional speakers for this fall's inaugural conference.
Business
July 31
Behind the scenes with Best Buy Teen Tech Center.

Best Buy expands the number of Teen Tech Centers nationwide

Hands-on training will be available to low-income teens in 15 states by the start of the school year.