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A German dental firm faces an injunction in 3M lawsuit.
The Wayzata man had pleaded guilty to charges of obstructing an investigation.
The Eden Prairie-based grocery retailer has renegotiated its loan agreement.
A new virtual reality ride enables Arctic Cat to market its products year round — whether rain, snow or shine.
The company also reported a 20 percent jump in profits in the latest quarter.
The only thing standing between a Fortune 500 company and a multimillion-dollar data breach is most likely not a malware detection tool or some other…
Companies are enlisting law firms to help them navigate reform and privacy issues.
The $16.9 million dip was less than last year's fourth quarter, but it still missed expectations.
A couple tows a travel trailer on a cross-country adventure, blogging all the way.
The travel management division, now Carlson Cos.' sole corporate business, is moving forward under a new chief executive.
First comes tax season, then it's recruitment and retention time.
David Denham wants to create "want" as the new president of Minneapolis independent creative agency Peterson Milla Hooks.
Sale of hotels business accepts the reality of a more competitive and consolidating industry.
The $80 million building is the biggest downtown development in the city's history.
Companies' social media tributes to Prince spark debate in the marketing community.
Students in Detroit Lakes designed the plan as part of a national project.
The Heritage plant in Minneapolis will get new electronic control system.
Timothy Vande Hey claims he was sexually harassed at work at the state Department of Commerce.
GroupM would get Target business, but Haworth could get a Wal-Mart account.
Part of Evening Post Industries, CNG is planning to build a network of marketing agencies.
A "convergence summit" examined the new realities of business communications
Many dismissed it as an April Fool's prank, until the pedicabs started roaming the skyways for the day.
Lines formed at the Eden Prairie dealership in order to reserve the affordable new model.
Alton Carroll "A.C." Carlson was not one to give up.After an arsonist in 1982 burned down his appliance and furniture store in Crystal, he put…
The loss of the Mithun brand is a lesson in adjusting to challenges of today's marketplace.
The advertising agency selected a heavy hitter for the new position.
The Opus College of Business introduces new specialized master's degrees and flexible MBAs to adapt to changing workforce needs.
The Volunteer Lawyers Network has provided free legal services to low-income individuals for 50 years. Suzanne Pontinen has served as the executive director for the organization since 2008.
Top business professors will give presentations during the Mpls. event.
Many Twin Cities marketers are helping clients gauge how they can use the technology to interact with customers and possibly employees.
A consolidation by Olson's parent company ICF International means the Minneapolis advertising giant will expand its global reach.
Topics will range from corporate culture to global capitalism at Mpls. event.
From goofy quick hits to testing bigger campaigns, ad firms are jumping in.
She alleges deceptive practices were used to sell needless pacts.
With the help of a data scientist, a St. Paul-based credit union saved members millions on their mortgages.
It took 48 wings drenched in Blazin' sauce, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and some reconfigured GoPro cameras for Buffalo Wild Wings to create its Super Bowl ad.
The rate of problem drinking among lawyers is three times higher than for the adult population as a whole, the study of 15,000 lawyers found.
The company's stock fell as investors reacted to a loss they didn't expect.
An unspecified number of layoffs accompany the move.
The company announced a drop in fourth-quarter profit and warned of a steeper one in the first quarter.
Minneapolis agencies Carmichael Lynch, Little and Co. crafted the strategy and ads.
Thorburn Group and other agencies help to connect with prospective students.
Report says it's looking at alternatives for its Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.
For many, the civil-rights work of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. remains unfinished. A new generation of black leaders in the Twin Cities area has emerged to carry their message of justice forward.
Tom O'Neill, who was president, is now chief of the software design firm.
Companies will need to update their playbooks to snag the best employees.
Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly's merger follows a nationwide consolidation trend.
The federal suit is filed against XPEL Technologies for its paint protection film product.
After years of development, Honeybear is positioning its new apple on national scene.
Philip Quinn knew he needed help. After recently telling St. Paul hospital staff that he planned to kill himself, Quinn tried to get into a…
Company to provide sustainable water for U.S. Bank Stadium.
Fred Arvid Hall spent much of the last century rooted to the wilderness of northern Minnesota where he grew up.His family described the 100-year-old logger…
Even as giving to Twin Cities nonprofits has rebounded in recent years, organizations face new challenges in getting their share of the money.Donors are likely…
The marketing agency forms independent sister branches.
Spong's move comes after he helped usher in a new president for the company last month and recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the firm's launch.
It bought Simmons & Co. International for $139 million.
Advocates say the Mobile Justice MN app is meant to hold law enforcement officers more accountable.
Officer Lou Ferraro has patrolled St. Paul’s East Side for six years. Although he’s usually busy responding to calls, Ferraro tries to find time to…
A St. Paul man was charged with murder after he allegedly shot and killed a man outside a bar.
Smith, lauded by the mayor and other leaders, made community engagement a hallmark of his six-year tenure.
The Minnesota Historical Society has agreed to buy the Monsignor Ambrose Hayden Center from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis for $4.5 million to…
Group trafficked more than 100 women across 14 states, prosecutors said.
The 52-year-old man continued his testimony Thursday in a clergy abuse case against the Diocese of Duluth.
A St. Paul man with a history of peeping into women’s windows was charged again Wednesday after police searched his home and found numerous videos…
She is 4th person charged in death of mother, 24.
A 30-year-old Minneapolis man was charged with murder Monday in the fatal shooting of a St. Paul woman after he and two other men burglarized…
St. Paul's police-civilian review board needs changes, auditors say.
Over the course of two days, police arrested five suspects in two of the deaths.
In a span of one week, eight people have been fatally shot in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
St. Paul police have arrested a 42-year-old woman and 24-year-old man with extensive criminal histories in connection with the fatal shooting Sunday of a young…
No arrests have been made in what is the city's 10th homicide this year.
Five people have been shot dead in three days, and no arrests have been made.
Synika G. James, 37, of St. Paul , was shot during a vigil for woman murdered in 2012.
Searchers will be back out again this weekend looking for a Mounds View man who has been missing since early September. Henry McCabe, 32, was…
Relatives believe Htoo Baw, 54, died in what was a robbery attempt. Police are still searching for a suspect.
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