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Minneapolis fintech unveils a new multicolored logo.
He led the retailer's delisting, which helped new investors take charge and is in contention.
Firm's top fixed-income investor believes there are not enough bonds.
The Minneapolis firm collapses after losses mount for key investor.
As the airline provides employees with their biggest profit-sharing, unions point out inequalities in the industry.
Famous Dave's parent firm makes its first big deal, buying ailing Granite City restaurants.
It's the first outright purchase of a bank by Minnesota's largest credit union.
Policies set parameters around where and how employees may interact with customers.
The employees helped a customer on Dec. 24 who couldn't get cash because his paycheck from a new employer was held up in a verification process that wouldn't be resolved until after the holiday.
Retiring baby boomers leave employment gaps that are difficult to fill; education and health hiring declined.
The fintech startup's shares recovered most of the value they lost two weeks ago.
Execs dubbed the rate environment 'manageable' and expect solid growth in fee-based revenue.
The move adds yet another player to the battle over the future of the state's fourth-largest bank and comes just days after a group of Bremer shareholding employees filed suit to intervene in a proposed sale.
The rejection of a California financing license caused investors to flee from Sezzle shares.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas will feature Delta's CEO.
The growth of UnitedHealth Group dominated the Minnesota business scene in the 2010s and made the company’s investors immensely wealthier. The Minnetonka-based health insurance and…
The accumulated effects of previous growth rates will widen the gap between slow growers like Minnesota and fast ones like Texas and California.
Mick McGuire had big plans for Golden Valley-based restaurant chain, but then walked away.
Job growth remained ultralow for the year, while the state's jobless rate rose slightly to 3.3%.
Two new funds are the biggest yet for the venture firm, which has offices in Minneapolis and Fargo.
Workers went on strike for two days to protest stalled contract talks at another warehouse.
The move is in sympathy with workers in Indiana.
A new front opens in the St. Paul foundation's fight over the future of the bank it owns.
The Bremer Trust, the foundation that owns Minnesota's fourth-largest bank, says it has to be sold for the foundation to meet tax law.
Financial tech firm more than triples '18 capital.
Minnesota's first test case was with doctors. It did not get far, but sentiment is building nationwide.
Foundation trustees want to sell bank, but executives cry foul.
New data suggest state hasn't topped out yet.
Buy-now-pay-later service upgrades its game in Canada.
The company's role in the overall ownership of the chain's locations shot upward.
Judge's temporary order a victory for stockholders.
The deal came just two days after workers rejected an earlier offer from the company.
Waitr writes off the biggest deal involving a Twin Cities tech startup this decade.
App-based food-delivery business is also bailing out of some markets.
Sezzle Inc., the Minneapolis fintech firm that went public in Australia this summer, said Monday that from July through September it experienced the biggest jumps…
For the nation's biggest bank, the plan for new states like Minnesota has a long horizon, a top executive says.
Fewer customers using brick-and-mortar locations prompt changes.
$170M Defense Department grant will help Bloomington chipmaker pay for expansion.
An attempted software update went awry for a few hours at the nation's fifth-largest bank.
Minnesota added a mere 100 jobs despite significant growth in wages.
Interest-rate expectations change almost daily.
Winona company's sales and profits beat expectations as the manufacturing sector cools.
Workshops and events will be built around themes and concentrated by location.
Maker of customer-service software has a new North Loop office to match its new way of work
Latest Census survey shows more effects from retiring baby boomers.
It affected cash registers, Target's website and mobile app.
The fight spilled into the open last week after lawyers for daughter Randi Jacobs won a temporary court order stopping her brother Mark and other siblings from conducting an estate sale at their parents' Lake Minnetonka home.
Terms are in line with those in a bigger trade deal President Trump abandoned shortly after taking office.
Siblings hold differing views about the size of estate, which has led to a court battle.
It's a turning point that executives and employees hope marks the end of two decades of turbulence.
Investors pressed executives on the pace of change at the nation's No. 5 bank.
Changes in two operations could shrink local workforce.
Stock symbol will switch from DAVE to BBQ; its restaurant names will stay the same.
Rollout could be "deliciously messy" and more risky than past cellphone technology advances.
The marketer who launched Honest Tea and Boomchickapop moves his shop into the hands of a bigger one.
A St. Paul startup found a way to use the data-collection abilities of digital gadgets to help people put them aside.
Revenue has shot up as retailers and customers rapidly sign on.
Minneapolis Fed president thinks central bank should signal long-term plans for rates.
Target's investors have never had a day like Wednesday.
The state more and more looks like its job cycle has peaked.
Top executives from about 40 Minnesota-based companies pitched their strategies for getting through the next year.
Brian Moynihan said larger businesses grapple with uncertainty over global trade and the economic performance of other countries.
Wells Fargo is shrinking a customer service center in Shoreview, a move that will lead to the elimination of about 400 jobs.
The deal brings a boutique specializing in hiring matters to a large firm with a policy focus.
The family restaurant chain has been majority-owned by Wayzata Investment Partners since 2011.
It will shift flights to Haneda International Airport.
Websites list TCF stock with different prices, name.
Deal gives Minneapolis firm a leading detector of flaws in Mac software.
To keep customers focused on exploring digital options, tellers stay hidden until needed at the first Minneapolis location.
The small Minneapolis firm is going public on the Australian stock market instead of in the U.S.
The better-than-expected results were driven by higher investment income.
TCF Financial Corp., in its last quarter before it merges with a Michigan bank, saw its profit jump 54% as expenses fell sharply compared with…
Ameriprise Financial Inc.'s second-quarter profit rose 6% as strength in its financial-advisory business helped offset ongoing pressure in its asset-management unit.The Minneapolis-based company said Wednesday…
The deal adds a touch of luxury with the co-branded plastic.
Downtown Mpls. complex is now eligible for tax credits, other incentives.