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Mattel is capitalizing on the 64-year-old doll via this year's hit movie, toy sales, merchandising and pop-up restaurants.
Budget airlines routinely charge such fees to avoid taxes and thus boost profit.
Retailers expected consumers to be choosier with their dollars to officially start the holiday shopping season.
Minneapolis police are investigating and say they believe the victim knew the shooter.
From grocery stores to malls, there are few options open on Turkey Day but plenty of extended hours Black Friday.
From family to friend to coworkers, here's how to cope with the sometimes-stressful present-giving tradition.
The organization, which canceled Holidazzle this year after insufficient funding, aims to attract more workers and visitors downtown.
There will likely be more air travel and road trips for Turkey Day this year than ever before thanks to the work-from-anywhere trend.
State tourism spending has rebounded since the pandemic, but growth has lagged behind the national trend.
The Minneapolis-based carrier expects consistent passengers throughout the winter as Minnesotans seek to escape snow and cold.
The University of Minnesota Hubbard School of Journalism honored the communications professional with the first Aluminary Award in recognition of her impact.
The average student loan debt in Minnesota is $34,000 as federal student loan payments resumed last month after a 3½-year pause.
As Halloween becomes increasingly popular, consumers are including their cats and dogs in the fun.
Adam Duininck, a former Metropolitan Council chair, will replace retiring Steve Cramer.
Chief Executive Ed Bastian offered several adjustments to mid-September's changes that had made gaining status more difficult, expensive and exclusive.
Next year, the growing Minneapolis leisure carrier will operate 120 routes serving 104 airports.
The cost of food rose 11.4% last year, the biggest annual jump in nearly 50 years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported.
The Credit Card Competition Act of 2023 aims to enhance credit card competition and choice in order to reduce fees.
Fans crowded downtown bars and restaurants on Saturday to watch the first Twins playoff game against the Astros. Sunday sees the second game of that series on TV, plus a Vikings game downtown.
Share your thoughts on holiday shopping this season with the Star Tribune.
Nonstop flights from MSP start in January.
Retired Minneapolis police Sgt. Peter Jackson is remembered as courageous investigator with a zest for life
A celebration of life is planned Oct. 17 at the Golden Valley Country Club.
Changes to the airline's SkyMiles program drew outrage from loyal airline customers.
Overall customer satisfaction with North American airports increased, despite delays, cancelations and record passenger volume crowding terminals.
Taylor Swift concerts and the Twin Cities Pride festival were among the events that drew visitors downtown as hotel revenue climbed in the summer.
Per a study, domestic airfare from the airport came in third highest, averaging $456.
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Delta Air Lines is changing how travelers earn status, starting in January for travel in 2025 and beyond.
The German-based Lufthansa will be Minneapolis-St. Paul's first new trans-Atlantic carrier in more than four years, with new service to Europe.
Tourism officials still want people to return; customers with rebooked flights should be eligible for refunds.
The workforce shortage and a desire for pandemic recompense are motivating many retail workers and unions to become more active.
Sales declines in recent years pushed owner Rod Johnson to shut the doors to his Minneapolis store this fall.
A manufacturer is needed to make those dreams a reality.
David Best started at Coborn's Inc. on Monday and will become president and chief operating officer at year-end.
Grocers enjoyed a pandemic boom, but inflation has since driven shoppers from across the economic spectrum to Walmart.
Meet Minneapolis, the city's convention and visitors association, hosted hundreds of meeting and event planners as business travel slowly recovers nationwide.
The pilot shortage is easing but not fast enough for airlines to cope with the summer travel frenzy and stormy weather.
This has fully restored international service at MSP airport to pre-pandemic levels.
The Minnesota-based carrier reported a profitable quarter in what's usually a weaker period for the leisure airline. But investors expected a bit more earnings per share.
The union representing 600 workers in the Twin Cities announced Wednesday night that the new contract was approved.
Payments come due in October, but borrowers should start strategizing now for how this will impact their budget.
Six hundred workers will soon vote on whether to ratify the contract.
The walkout is planned for Aug. 4-6, though the union is willing to continue negotiating.
Shoppers will find more supply but higher interest rates are pushing monthly payments to an unaffordable level for many.
Flight attendants for the Minneapolis-based carrier overwhelmingly rejected a proposed contract earlier this year.
Flight attendants and ramp, mechanics, tower and cargo workers gathered to galvanize support for unionizing 45,000 airline employees.
Steve Schussler, best known for creating the Rainforest Café, is still working on a pizza restaurant chain with the Famous Dave's founder, Dave Anderson.
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The union had planned to strike at 22 of the grocer's 28 Twin Cities stores ahead of the July 4th holiday.
AAA projects a record number of July 4th holiday road trips nationally, a year after Minnesota's record high price per gallon.
Taylor Swift's two concerts — plus the Pride festival and a convention — helped set a record high of 9,888 occupied hotel rooms in Minneapolis on June 23.
The deal staves off a strike at 22 Lunds & Byerlys locations ahead of Fourth of July.
A strike could run Thursday through Saturday at the local grocery store chain.
Lutsen Mountains, the northeastern Minnesota ski resort, said the tavern and live music venue was destroyed Saturday.
Delta Air Lines also took a top ranking in the global aviation awards event in Paris.
The Saloon replaced Bud Light and other beers with products from local breweries.
Owner Bob White is retiring and will shutter the 107-year-old family business located in the IDS Center along Nicollet Mall in August.
The Atlanta-based carrier will run daily nonstops starting in December and running through March.
As 3M, Best Buy, Medtronic and other companies announce layoffs, here are some tips to navigate the tough time.
A proposal at the Legislature would cap annual percentage rates, which averaged 220% in the state last year, at 36%.
The program is thought to be the first of its kind for a U.S. grocer, per one expert.
An April 28 memorial service is scheduled to remember the senior lecturer who focused on innovation.
Parents rely on experts like financial planners and therapists to help navigate money matters with their grown kids.
The new 21,000-square-foot club, about twice the size of its main mall club, features a deck and soundproof workspaces.
Employees will see the pay raises go into effect by next spring.
The union authorized the strike earlier this week, a first for Cub, as shoppers prepare for Easter.
The grocer has contingency plans in place to ensure continued availability of products and services.
The share of older women in poverty in the state has climbed to more than 10%, which is a 40% increase from a decade ago.
The Atlanta-based carrier plans to have service at MSP fully restored by summer.
The union representing the Minneapolis-based airline's fleet employees formed in January.
Minnesota-based banks' stocks slid this morning despite the federal government stepping in to quell fears. Meanwhile, experts say consumers should rest easy about their money.
The flight attendants have operated on a 2014 contract and 2016 wage deal as negotiations paused during the pandemic.
The Minneapolis-based airline denied the claims of wrongful termination from the three employees.
Whether through mail, email, call, text or social media, Minnesotans have lost an average of $700 per scam in recent months.
Travelers aren't shying away from higher prices so far. But those who opt to book that last-minute getaway will likely pay more.