The Toro Co. aides in final Ryder Cup course preparations

The Toro Co. aides in final Ryder Cup course preparations

Staff from The Toro Co. and its distribution arm MTI Distributing are among Hazeltine volunteers this week making final course preparations for the Ryder Cup.
Midwest Pantry

Local food producers/customers rally for founding member who is ill

September 26
Midwest Pantry, a 200-plus member marketing organization for small local-food producers, and several local farmers markets are joining forces to help one of their own who is battling cancer.

Epoch releases their latest made in the USA lacrosse shaft

September 23
Epoch Lacrosse added six new employees to meet production demands of the latest generation of its signature lacrosse shaft.
Business
September 26

Prime Digital Academy is moving to Grain Exchange building

Prime Digital Academy, the employer-driven software-training certificate program, will move from Bloomington to expanded quarters in the Minneapolis Grain Exchange in January.
Business
September 24

April 2016: CoCo's new minority fellowships part of local tech scene's efforts to recruit people of color

Alex Ro­dri­guez, not to be con­fused with the New York Yan­kee, is a prom­is­ing play­er in the Twin Cities tech­nol­o­gy scene.
Business
September 24

InsideTrack briefs: John Stumpf's job and reputation on the line in Wells Fargo scandal

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf’s grilling by bipartisan members of the Senate Banking Committee last week, following revelations of a sales culture run amok at…
2016 Minnesota Top Workplaces
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Meet the companies that continue to be voted the best places to work in Minnesota.
Blogs
September 23

Would you rather shop for a health plan or visit the dentist?

A UnitedHealthcare survey finds that some people don't enjoy the hunt for health insurance.
Blogs
September 23

Will CEO John Stumpf survive the Wells Fargo consumer-bank scandal?

The U.S. Senate Banking committee hearing did not go well for Stumpf, who took heat from Republicans and Democrats. Some question whether he will be around for upcoming House hearing.
Blogs
September 23

Now open in Edina, Vineyard Vines aims for niche set in Galleria

Vineyard Vines (who?) opens today in the Edina Galleria
Blogs
September 22
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Prime Digital Academy moving to downtown's Grain Exchange building; Coco expanding there

Prime Digital's industry-supported software training program has certified and placed about 160 professionals in good-paying jobs.
ST100: 2016 ranking of Minn. companies
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The Star Tribune 100 is a measure of the largest publicly held companies with headquarters in Minnesota ranked by revenue.
Blogs
September 22

Target removes kids' shopping carts after kids went wild with them

This week, Target began removing kids' shopping carts from 72 stores where it recently started testing them after getting negative feedback from customers and employees.
Business
September 17

St. Anthony: Folks behind Ever Cat Fuels eye a second act

It’s been a decade since the scientists at McNeff family-owned SarTec in Anoka, a natural-product feed-supplement supplier to farmers, collaborated with a Rhodes scholar and…
Business
September 17

Better Futures, Habitat generate revenue and jobs through salvaging building and selling at reuse retailers

Better Futures Minnesota and Habitat for Humanity are opening used building-materials, appliance and fixtures stores within a block of each other on a mile of…
Blogs
September 15
Jon Bon Jovi performed Thursday at Target Center as a part of Target's employee meeting.

Gwen Stefani, Bon Jovi, Garth Brooks perform at Target meeting

Gwen Stefani, Bon Jovi, and Garth Brooks performed at Target meeting
Blogs
September 15

Target creates separate lines for in-store pickup and returns

Next month, Target will install new customer service counters in 70 stores that separate online pickup orders from returns and exchanges
Blogs
September 15

Stratasys 3-D printed dress hits Fashion Week runway

Stratasys 3-D printed dress hits Fashion Week runways in New York
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Blogs
September 14
Take and prepare food items are easy to locate in the grocery area of...

Grocery changes will take time to pay off for Target, CEO says

While sales and traffic in Target's grocery aisles have been suffering recently, chief executive Brian Cornell remains upbeat about the changes underway: "It's not going to happen overnight."
Blogs
September 14

Better Futures, Habitat open used building-materials stores on south side

Expanding Better Futures deconstruction business kept 700 tons of valuable goods out of landfills last year, while Habitat earned enough on one used-goods store to finance six houses for working-class families.
Blogs
September 14

New trade tariffs thwart steel dumping, help Iron Range

New steel trade tariffs imposed on U.K. Netherlands, Turkey, Australia, Brazil, Japan, and Korea.
Blogs
September 14

Acquisitive NCI distributor launches new product line

NCI launches new product line following three acquisitions that expands Plymouth science instrument distributor
Blogs
September 14
The new scoreboard is seen as fans dance during the second half.

Made In Minnesota scoreboards grace Vikings and Wolves play spaces

Two Minnesota manufacturers - Daktronics and Digi International - made the synchronized scoreboards in U.S. Bank Stadium and Target Center.
Business
September 10

Eden Prairie Center makes plans as Sears exits

The owners of the Eden Prairie Center shopping mall are exploring alternative uses for the space currently occupied by the soon-to-close Sears department store.
Business
September 10

Retired lawyer salutes 'odd jobs'

Pat Delaney, who retired as chairman of Lindquist & Vennum’s corporate-law department in 2002, counts 17 “odd jobs” that he worked from age 13 on…