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Revenue hit a record level at the Twin Cities airline, but higher fuel costs eroded profits.
An airline that once counted on business travelers found a way to make leisure passengers pay more.
The partnership between grocery competitors will boost Lunds & Byerlys' delivery order capacity.
He has been an executive at the firm formerly known as Carlson Wagonlit since 2008.
The airport is the sixth Delta hub where pilots have picketed as contract talks are underway.
Jon Charles, whose eponymous salons had closed, was behind Marty's Barbershop in the North Loop's MartinPatrick3 boutique.
The modern furniture retailer's closing comes as the owner of the Seven Points shopping center plans a grocery-anchored apartment development.
Airlines are expanding flights to other European destinations in time for summer.
As new and used car prices rise, some vehicle owners are turning to making the best of their current vehicles.
"Loaded A.1." and other new "Stackburgers" hit menu as DQ tries to maintain momentum.
About 37% said it will be next year before they are operating at pre-pandemic revenue levels.
The new Colorful Weddings collective is hosting its first event Sunday.
The highest price in the region this week appeared at a station in New Hope. The lowest was in Burnsville.
The Minnetonka-based company now known as Famous Hospitality announced a profitable fourth quarter.
From a storefront in Hopkins, Zach Vraa offers pints of ice cream, an adventure and a story to tell. All for $13.
Veteran restaurateurs to turn former St. Louis Park drive-in into first location of planned franchise.
Beware of splurging on a new wardrobe for an office culture that's new or changed.
The airline's financial chief said Sun Country is now seeing bookings surpass pre-pandemic levels.
Wells Fargo, other banks warn customers to be alert against imitators who seek digital access codes.
The jump in consumer goods prices is forcing people to make huge adjustments — two years after the onset of the pandemic did: "We've had two years of uncertainty, loss, anxiety and fear and now inflation, too."
Delta will again offer first-class hot meal service on flights longer than 900 miles.
Rod Johnson wants to find a general manager who may someday want to own the iconic outdoor goods store.
It's not just the pope who has noticed that people are spending more on their pets.
The Twin Cities dominant carrier expects to recover to pre-pandemic levels next year in this market
With the fading of the omicron variant, demand for air travel is rising quickly, Sun Country executives told analysts Tuesday.
Spirit and Frontier accounted for less than 3% of business at Minneapolis-St. Paul International last year.
Less-populated areas of the Midwest are seeing prices rise faster than urban areas and the coasts.
The mayors of Minneapolis and St. Paul went one direction, while Minnesota health officials and the U.S. Supreme Court went another.
Here's how the top grocery chain in the Twin Cities won over its new owner by steering through competitive threats, the pandemic and riot damage.
Tests are a hot item for Christmas this year, but availability is spotty as families seek reassurance before holiday gatherings.
Even the emergence of a new coronavirus variant didn't stop crowds of shoppers from packing into stores in the final days before the holiday.
Pilots accepted a contract that will provide raises of 35% to 45% in 2022.
Beginning next year, the airline will no longer allow basic economy fares to earn points, but it is giving customers a more flexible way to cancel those tickets.
The chain is running two kitchens in the new location to serve customers.
If approved, airline will have some of the highest-paid Boeing 737 pilots in the country.
Many people are hosting smaller gatherings, but the region's biggest events are yet to come
A new restaurant with mini golf, a rooftop sculpture garden and a performance space is in the works at the Uptown shopping center.
The company is experimenting with ways to shave time off its made-to-order process, which causes customers at its walk-up restaurants to wait.
The family-owned hardware store has sold all of its Twin Cities stores to a Tennessee company.
Hundreds lined up all day at Kitchen Window, a fixture on the Uptown retail scene for 35 years.
Shoppers found deals, and even crowds in some places, as they tackled their holiday lists. The action yielded insights on how Minnesotans feel about the economy and the pandemic.
Dave Anderson launched Jimmie's Old Southern BBQ Smokehouse in recent years.
The mood is mixed as more potential buyers head into stores than last year. But a leading survey showed holiday spending won't change much.
After getting creative with deliveries and online offerings, Twin Cities retailers see return of local customers.
When the pandemic hit, many small business owners had to create their own opportunities: "They've really been remarkably resilient."
The Twin Cities supermarket chain will let employees decide when and how often they want to be paid as a perk to attract more workers.
The Star Tribune wants to know how readers plan to shop this holiday season.
The concept originated in Germany and is now common around the world, a low-cost way for local artisans and makers to get their wares in front of shoppers.
Cub said it will still allow Instacart, but it is using incentives to attract shoppers directly to its service.
For the first time in the air travel comeback, Sun Country's quarterly sales outpaced the comparable period of 2019.
As restaurant owners grapple with higher costs and worker shortages, diners can expect price increases, shorter hours and more limited menus.
Sun Country's chartered flights for Major League Soccer teams will start next year.
"We're not dealing with a normal year."
A federal judge will decide whether to stop a Massachusetts company from selling Blizzard spring water.
TCF customers report that debit card purchases were being denied in the switch to Huntington's systems. And some said they couldn't access online banking.
Shoppers started early and haven't let up at specialty retailers for Halloween, which has become one of the year's big retail events.
The Minneapolis footwear maker for several years has been discussing steps to reconcile its use of Native American designs and ideas.
How to start an emergency fund and manage student loan debt are some of the key topics at the annual event hosted by Minnesota financial planners.
A wave of luxury apartments, shops and restaurants have energized an urban shopping district.
The Thai restaurant is using robots to run between the dining room and kitchen at its locations in Minneapolis and Maple Grove.