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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.
North Loop retail is losing Filson and Shinola to the Galleria in Edina.
He was responsible for implementing the 1957 Special Education Law that required education services be provided for children and youths with disabilities.
Supervalu responds that it is already reshaping itself to emphasize its stronger business.
Cold-weather gear specialist WSI is getting ready to change seasons
Retailers see an uptick in returns after the game.
Ex-employees remember the store and its iconic owl with affection.
Eyebobs will open new stores in Mall of America and Orlando this year.
The stores, which will close on Jan. 27, put merchandise on sale now.
The store in Moorhead, Minn., will also close. They'll reopen Friday and remain for a few weeks until permanently closing.
The retail division, including its main banner Cub Foods, gave up more sales.
With jobs posted now, CMX looks to begin service by March.
MindWare, maker of brainy toys, outperformed other such firms this holiday.
MSP has been earning plaudits for its revamped shopping options for travelers
After spending six years in the NFL as a quarterback, including a stint with the Vikings in 2006 and 2007, Brooks Bollinger struggled to find…
Magician Matt Dunn of Plymouth has re-created scenes from the 1989 "Cinderella" show in his front yard.
The nonprofit group hopes to start accepting donations next month and open its new thrift store in February.
From the ashes of the Gander Mountain bankruptcy, a new store will emerge Wednesday in Lakeville.Gander Outdoors opens midafternoon in the same location at 16861…
Delivery service now available at all stores.
Retailers say the secret to Frasier Fir is the scent's ability to evoke fond memories.
Get a second or third opinion when costly furnace repairs or replacements are suggested.
'Game Show Battle Rooms' mixes game-show nostalgia, participation in a novel team-building activity
Home improvement liquidator MN Home Outlet makes its deals last all week.
Behind all the excitement of a bargain buy can be a product that isn't up to standard.
Fiorentino died Sept. 30 at age 94 after a short illness.
Surveys find Twin Cities consumers plan to spend less than rest of the U.S.
Warehouse store opening in Woodbury, with business center coming to Minneapolis.
No leader has lasted more than 18 months at the BBQ chain since 2012.
After some delay, St. Louis Park gets a new grocer to compete with major chains.
Chain to tap the brakes a bit on opening new Twin Cities stores amid upheaval in grocery industry.
With its new owner, Mills Fleet Farm expands its reach with bricks and mortar and online.
The changes are due to customers looking for faster, fresher options, the company said.
The investment firm dubbed the company's financial performance "abysmal" and urged the board to sell off a third of the Eden Prairie-based company's stores and bring in new leaders.
401(k)? Debt? Inheritance issues? Money experts can help Saturday.
Duluth Pack, Minnetonka Moccasin team up to produce a limited edition line of slippers and bags for holidays.
Fresh popcorn, grab-and-go foods, broader line of merchandise is its answer to Hy-Vee incursion.
The company announced another acquisition in its wholesale division, Associated Grocers of Florida.
The Edina mall will be 51 percent home goods stores when latest firm opens.
Small retailers sharpen skills to keep their customers coming back.
Malls are bringing in new entertainment concepts to provide experiences that can't be found online.
Midwest seeing jump in the businesses involved and the services they offer.
Loyalty program qualification balloons from $25,000 to $250,000 in American Express SkyMiles purchases.
Steve Burwell's store opened in 1985, and the competition moved nearby in 2014.
The 1-million square foot facility would be its first distribution center outside of Iowa.
The company attempted a sale and lease-back of the same location last year.
Enhancements include more lighting, centralized dressing rooms with more seating for friends and family, open concept cosmetics areas and some larger departments.
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