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Kelly Munson views herself as a problem solver more than a designer. As one of the creatives at a Minneapolis advertising agency called mono, Munson…
The store closed in 1994 and the space on the corner of Minnesota Street and 7th Place E. has been vacant since. Its revival is the latest in downtown St. Paul's makeover.
It's the fifth straight year Minneapolis passed the $1 billion level in construction permits.
Minneapolis advertising agency Colle+McVoy has spun out a new stand-alone design firm called 10 Thousand Design. Ed Bennett, founder and executive design director of 10 Thousand Design, said it wants to pursue national clients and work on larger-scale assignments that had been difficult to attract as part of an ad agency.
Company made up debts and then bullied people with phone calls, state says.
The Minneapolis advertising agency is celebrating its 35th anniversary but also still mourning Pat Fallon, who died in November at age 70.
There's now a plan for the last piece of vacant land along Washington Avenue.
In the 60 years since Southdale Center was built on Edina farmland, becoming the nation’s first indoor mall, more shopping projects were built on its…
The for-profit education firm will reduce its space by about 17 percent.
The almost-twin tower complex in downtown Minneapolis is about to embark on a multimillion-dollar renovation, its largest makeover, in hopes of attracting new tenants and shedding a look that screams 1980s.
A quarterly Construction Cost Index report released this week by Mortenson Construction shows that construction costs have grown at a normal rate while construction employment numbers have stalled.
The Minnesota Vikings selected Crawford Architects and Kraus-Anderson Construction Co. to design and build their new headquarters and practice facility in Eagan. Work began earlier…
The buyer wasn't disclosed but appears to be a Chicago investment firm.
Longfellow center is likely to get a new tenant mix.
"Very high" room demand sparked upgrades, expansion.
The company is doubling its production capacity as sales grow outside Minnesota.
A new brewery is moving into the Miller Textile building in northeast Minneapolis. HeadFlyer Brewing will open its taproom and brewery in a 9,435 square-foot…
The company's two East Town towers are unveiled as part of a $300 million project helping to transform downtown.
Plymouth-based agency will handle promotion for nongame events .
Firms want to capitalize on the mobile game's popularity.
Minneapolis improves its standing as a market able to draw tech talent Minneapolis is getting a few steps closer to becoming a true tech hub,…
The building is one of the final steps in Ryan's makeover of five blocks next to the stadium.
For a numbers guy, Harold Daniel Ness had a lively sense of humor. Never one to turn down the opportunity to share a pun, Ness,…
In another GoKart Labs spinoff, The Big Know helps with connection to consumers
The company's newest brand, Tiny Toast, targets youths via social media.
Freelancers are in high demand by marketing agencies in the Twin Cities as a way to add breadth to a team without the financial overhead that full-time staff would cost.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will start to look a little more like Times Square as a new advertising agency remakes it with video walls and more illuminated displays. Media firm Clear Channel Airports won a contract for all advertising at the airport for the next 10 years.
Toms Shoes has gotten its foot in the door in Minnesota, with its first local store slated to open in the Mall of America in time for the holiday season.
Clear Night Group has purchased Minneapolis brand agency Modern Climate, the fourth acquisition by the St. Paul-based holding company to create what it calls a…
Small company managers focus on creating an environment where people want to come to work.
The BrandLab is trying to pick up the pace by doubling percentage of minorities by 2017.
Ryan Cos. plans a 17-story office building at Downtown East site.
Two developers submitted proposals for a city-owned parcel in the Mill District of downtown Minneapolis, with both pushing for mixed-use development complete with housing, restaurant…
Campus Media Group's software helps businesses get a foot in the door with college graduates as they try to attract the best talent.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says company posed as existing magazine providers and enrolled customers in expensive packages.
"Team Arrow" will assist retailer in media buying and planning.
It's the 18th location in the U.S. and 44th worldwide for the giant firm.
Reporters and editors decided to join Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
The profit gain came despite pressure on sales.
With FoodMinds, Mpls. PR firm broadens expertise in the sector.
National Uber-like company says it needs more movers.
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.
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