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It teams with Surdyk's in Mpls. to deliver beer, wine and liquor in the Twin Cities
The two Minnesota companies — UnitedHealth Group and 3M Co. — that are part of the 30 firms forming the Dow Jones industrial average played…
The Minneapolis company has found a way to thrive in a market with low interest rates.
Eden Prairie-based retailer buys them as Belgian firm lets them go
It's not the first time Ellsworth Air Force Base has seen a passenger plane arrive.
The deal is the first move in an expansion of products by the Minneapolis marketing technology firm.
Deal marks an endgame for Boston-area company, which had been acquiring other firms until recently.
The new capital will help the mining company for the next several months.
Tim Hortons, a popular coffee and doughnut chain that dwarfs other fast-food chains in Canada, is coming to Minnesota in a bigger way. Its parent…
The company also released a new version of its smartphone app for using drones in agriculture.
The firm, Minnesota's fourth-largest, has spent nearly 30 years in the Fifth Street Towers.
Piper Jaffray analyst revises downgrade after company's statement.
Kathryn A. Tesija, the de facto No. 2 executive at Target Corp. and its chief merchandiser since 2008, is leaving, the company said this morning.
Last month, Capella spent $18 million to buy Hackbright, one of three deals this year that have pushed the Minneapolis-based for-profit education firm into a new business.
It's the second recent deal aimed at beefing up job-training offerings.
Instead of the tower next to the Foshay, Franklin Street Properties Corp. will redevelop the four-story building that's already there, the TCF Building. Franklin said Wednesday it will spend up to $18 million on that building.
Capella Education Co. said its first-quarter profit fell 7 percent as expenses climbed amid an increase in students and expansion into new job-training services.The results…
The move is another step into job-ready skills training for Capella.
Executives forecast higher revenue growth and more store openings in 2016.
Koreans realize politics are at work in U.S., ambassador says.
The Minnesota company's purchase of an Irish-based firm put it in the middle of the inversion debate.
How a mom-and-pop PC maker went up the value chain to build clusters of computers that showed Einstein was right.
The seller, a New York firm, had owned the properties for just 18 months.
The company will keep its office in St. Paul and look for more programmers.
Longtime manager Stephanie Lundquist to replace Jodee Kozlak.
Online education firm plans to divest its British unit, called Arden University.
NONFICTION: Journalist Robert Boynton examines a bizarre chapter in history when Japanese and other private citizens were abducted from their homelands and transported to North Korea.
Michael Pettis said the turmoil there rivals Japan in the late 1980s and the U.S. in late 1920s.
Regis Corp. reported a narrower loss in the last three months of 2015 and sales at comparable stores rose solidly, a sign that turnaround efforts…
The Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday announced that John Stanoch, an attorney and former judge who is now interim chief of the Science…
Proterra Investment Partners will manage more than $2 billion in funds.
With its new ad campaign, General Mills invites you to "Love Cereal Again"
CEO calls U.S. Bancorp's 2015 effort "remarkable."
SPS Commerce Inc. said Wednesday it bought ToolBox Solutions, a Canadian data analytics firm, for about $23 million in cash and stock. The deal gives…
The market is not the economy, the old saying goes. Minnesota would have been in trouble last year if it was.Major U.S. stock indexes ended…
Rachael Marret is the consulting firm's new managing director.
The company says it can deliver its fastest-speed service to about 400,000
Health club franchiser bought PumpOne to help improve the off-site experience for clients.
The deal with Zurich Insurance Group will near $1B for Rural Community Insurance Services, which covers 1 in 6 U.S. farmers.
Its stock fell 11 percent amid low sales of snowmobiles and ATVs.
The online education firm is one of the most active repurchases of stock in Minnesota, buying back $280 million worth since 2008.
Byung Ho Park's arrival is a potential turning point, not just for the Twins' on-field performance but also its development as a business and an entertainment brand.
The settlement could set a precedent for retailers picking up the costs for breaches.
Evine Live Inc.’s plan for sales growth hinges on lower profit margins, executives said Tuesday after the home shopping company reported a wider loss in…
The company quickly became a chief provider of information about the situation.
It bought Simmons & Co. International for $139 million.
It is part of the cable provider's push to improve its highly criticized customer service.
In addition to Thanksgiving/Black Friday, the retailer creates discounts on other days.
The maker of 3-D printers sees diminished prospects, more competition in the business.
No layoffs were announced in the deal with the big Japanese electronics maker.
Six years ago, Facebook created fan pages that allowed businesses to promote themselves to customers and friends who “liked” them. It was a move that…
The chairman of the country's import group got a taste of Minnesota.
When the company announced its third quarter results on Thursday, Chief Executive Richard Davis told analysts and investors that it is trying to hold a line on growth in commercial real estate.
As banks wait for the Fed to move, U.S. Bancorp saw steady growth in loans and deposits.
The agribusiness giant, though a private company, is making differences in its results more clear.
It's the biggest venture capital fundraising by a Minnesota company this year.
Minneapolis Fed chief, an advocate of keeping interest rates low, says no.
KSTP-FM, the music station known as KS95, won a Marconi Award as large market station of the year from the National Association of Broadcasters, one…
The company has been in talks with federal regulators for a decade about waste handling at Florida, Louisiana sites.
Farmers pull back, and fertilizer companies feel it.
The judge's decision could raise the cost of litigation for Target.
The forum is a fixture on the Twin Cities tech scene, giving entrepreneurs a chance to show and get feedback on ideas.
The business is growing solidly but is a limited player in the broader health IT market.
Green Giant's new owner has been buying up smaller brands; this is its biggest deal yet by far.
B&G Foods, the New Jersey-based maker of Cream of Wheat, is paying $765 million for the vegetable business.
Over three decades, Bill Cooper built Twin City Federal, as it was known then, into a much larger firm with nearly $20 billion in assets and about 400 branches in seven states.
After rough start, home shopping network gained momentum over the summer.
The company still faces lawsuits from financial institutions and investigations by state attorneys.
The arrangement contrasts with a $19 million settlement between Target and MasterCard Inc., which fell apart in May when banks and other issuers rejected the amount as too low.
When Target’s west campus goes on the market this fall, it will be one of the biggest pieces of commercial real estate available in the…
The deal is considerably smaller than one it made two weeks ago.
Code42, a Minneapolis software maker, decided to stop selling a product called SharePlan that launched last fall and was expected to drive new growth.The move,…
There was a hiccup in one agency's assessment of the U.
Executives told InvestMNt attendees that copper mine can withstand drop in metal prices.
Former senior exec of Code42, Compellent will direct sales for online vendor to sports leagues.
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