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A revamp with new menu items has paid off for company-owned restaurants, with sales increasing 2.1 percent in the third quarter.
After 52 years, the owner of the four neighborhood stores has decided to retire.
The new stores represent more success for the center, which has endured several retail bankruptcies.
The search for a buyer for the Twin Cities' biggest grocery chain is just starting.
Edina location will add apparel, offer more high-end machines than the company's MOA kiosk.
Twin Cities fulfillment center for online orders will open in September. The location and number of employees needed have yet to be announced, but the size is expected to be about 90,000 square feet.
Jim Pessek hopes to gather support at the annual Red Owl employee reunion in November.
One state senator says she would sponsor a bill to allow anonymity.
Cottage Grove company will be in top five in U.S. tree and shrub production.
The free financial event includes 1-on-1 advice and mini-sessions on retirement and investing.
Hy-Vee is voluntarily recalling five meat products and one potato item due to possible contamination with Salmonella and Listeria. The fresh, not frozen, products include…
The supermarket chain will continue to offer its own delivery service and pickup at select stores.
The Twin Cities metro will have one full-line Sears — at the Mall of America.
The new anchor is part of an $80 million expansion for Rosedale Center
The new Von Maur store is part of an expansion and major remodeling at Rosedale Center.
Martin Patrick 3 in Minneapolis' North Loop neighborhood last week celebrated a new expansion, its fifth, and a partner, JB Hudson Jewelers.
CSC Generation Holdings CEO Justin Yoshimura discussed what his company has in store for Minnesota and why it's interested in a retail concept in decline.
The rapidly expanding few-frills grocer will also open a dozen new stores around state.
Galleria and Bachman's extend spring show to 2021
Mark Gross, who has led Supervalu for the past two years, is expected to leave at the completion of the $2.9 billion acquisition.
Senander, who died Sept. 3 after a short battle with cancer at 86, was a special education teacher who "kicked it into gear when she retired," said daughter Suzie White of St. Louis Park.
Analysts say getting more Redcard holders is likely a major reason for the storewide discounts of 10 percent off.
Tuesday's debut is the ninth store in the metro for the rapidly expanding grocer.
Websites for Herberger's, Younkers relaunched with limited selection of items.
Seeing profits evaporate, co-owner Cynthia Gerdes asked nine staffers for ideas to cut costs at the restaurant. Their plan saved its life.
Supervalu is closing the last Rainbow in Minnesota; a Cub store in St. Paul will also be shuttered.
Travel Tags credits Apple, which rarely identifies its suppliers, for innovations in specialty printing.
John Wolf brought everyday low pricing to liquor stores in St. Louis Park and Minneapolis.
It helps to have a desirable product with an unusual selling point.
Organizers suggest arriving early at the popular event to ensure care.
But the number of local installers is shrinking.
Eighteen people are known to have been sickened by the tainted pasta.
Menswear Market, a men's-only consignment store, is a rarity in the Twin Cities.
Tests of a higher-end concept and drive-through service are next on the company's menu.
The grocer has remodeled many stores, and now it will add more upscale offerings.
Company touts itself as a "no-frills" alternative to its big-box competitors.
Eden Prairie-based Supervalu, which has 23,000 employees and owns Cub Foods, has seen its stock price languish for years and was under pressure from an activist investor.
Housed in a new Hilton, the steakhouse is part of city's redevelopment.
Cub had closed the store last week, just as it finishes remodeling another location in Plymouth.
The watch retailer is expanding into electronics, jewelry and leather goods.
Woodbury theater opens Sunday with lounge seats, a restaurant and a bar.
Romane, who taught English and occasionally let out a schoolmarmish scold, died June 30 at age 54 after a three-year battle with cancer.
Maple Grove will be next, then a corporate location in New York.
Movie theaters and Hollywood studios are having a near-record year, rebounding from a difficult 2017.
Downtown Minneapolis will have four supermarkets after Trader Joe's opening.
Small business center opens Wednesday with a focus on a new market.
Fisher+Baker menswear offers guys classic, sophisticated lines that are deceptively rugged — and attracting customers
Restoration Hardware quietly opened a new outlet store in St. Louis Park.
The mixed-use project at 26th Street and Lyndale Avenue S. will include 86 apartments in a five-story building.
Its first Wahlburgers, opening Tuesday at MOA, is first of 25, CEO says.
Famous Dave's makeover in Coon Rapids appears to be paying off.
At innovator Indochino, the focus is on selling convenience and "an experience."
Closed locations took a bite out of revenue, but same-store sales rose.
Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg started the chain in 2011 and Hy-Vee will help it double in size.
The clothing retailer aims to top 100 stores in the next five years.
Joanne Negstad was surrounded by Lutheran pastors all her life. Her grandfather, father, husband and brother all dedicated their lives to the ministry. But having…
It's the first movie theater in the country with an eatery concept inspired by food halls.
The company aims to pay down more debt by selling and leasing back warehouses.
The Maplewood store, which opened in 1974, is one of about two dozen stores being shuttered in 17 states as Sears continues to struggle.
The 129-year-old department store firm began a liquidation sale Friday that is expected to last 12 weeks.
The company's founder, Dave Anderson, played a key role designing the food and dining room.
The next store to open in Minnesota will be Rochester in 2019.
Shoveling out from a 10-inch snowstorm is no big deal in midwinter — for people with a snow-removal contract.But many of those seasonal contracts ended…
With eco-friendly products, self-serve kiosks and home delivery, Minnesota cleaners are rethinking the experience.
Rosedale Center in January started allowing people to walk their dogs inside the mall for two hours on Sunday mornings before the stores open at 11. It appears to be the only mall in the country doing such a thing.
It will stop advertising assault-style rifles and high-capacity magazines, but will still sell them.
The luxury furniture and design retailer now plans a shorter building with cafe dining on the roof.
Eden Prairie site saved by a rerouting of proposed Southwest light-rail line.
Fast-growing grocer has built a $5 million IT workspace with free snacks, gym and a "Big Bang Theory" lounge.
Twin Cities nonprofits have kept the Super Bowl leftovers from landfills.
It's a growing trend in retail, and Supervalu says it will be "unlike anything you'll see in any Cub."
Same-store sales climbed slightly, but overall sales continued to slide.
The business started as part of a college entrepreneurship class, with a mission to improve the lives of kids battling cancer.
Maplewood store will stay open, Supervalu says.
Macy's Backstage will take up the first floor of its Maplewood full-line store starting March 24.