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Version1's facility was open to fans attending Vikings training camp at the TCO Performance Center, where they could play on some of the company's gaming systems.
Charlotte Epée-WillSuN has self-funded the inaugural event, running Dec. 7-9 in downtown Minneapolis.
Items at the company's two locations — Rosenthal Furniture in downtown Minneapolis and Rosenthal Interiors in Minnetonka — are significantly marked down as part of a total sell-off of the company's inventory.
All have multiple years of experience at Minnesota's largest news organization.
Anagram, which is also seeking new ownership, is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of New Jersey-based Party City, which itself filed for bankruptcy in January.
Nick Tietz started ILT Academy in St. Cloud to be an education provider and co-working lab for small-business owners.
This past summer, IGT added St. Croix Casinos in Wisconsin as one of its latest customers. Among other customers are many of the casinos in Iowa and the Dakotas.
Created during the pandemic, Edwards RideCare serves those who desire an infection-free drive.
Women and people of color, who drove pandemic-era business growth, are especially vulnerable to rising costs.
Nostalgia and fun in Orlando can make Disney worth the price of admission — especially if you follow these tips from a former Floridian.
Warroad Hockey Co., from NHLer T.J. Oshie, produces shirts that protect the neck and wrists.
For the roughly 500,000 people in Minnesota diagnosed with diabetes, technology that automates finger-pricking and shot-giving has been an essential development.
The state's Office of Cannabis Management hasn't yet published license applications, but they should be available in early 2025.
The events didn't happen Oct. 1 as planned because of hot weather, and organizer Twin Cities in Motion took until Friday to figure out its insurance claim and refund policy.
John Costello, a Schulze scholar at the university, started the business in high school.
Taking the grift out of thrifting: Minneapolis reseller's platform authenticates vintage items and their worth
Jake Webb and his partners have developed an app to authenticate vintage items and their worth.
Colle McVoy's award is the biggest recognition in the advertising firm's 88-year history and the first for a Minnesota company in nearly three decades.
He represented Minnesota's First Congressional District and also served as secretary of state.
The pandemic once canceled or set capacity restraints on the annual race, which now faces a reimbursement conundrum after hot weather shuttered this year's incarnation.
It's possible the approximately 8,000 marathon runners and 12,000 10-milers will have to wait another two weeks before hearing if any money is coming back their way.
From fitness studios to senior living communities, wearable technology has enabled a new generation of fitness enthusiasts to not only track their performance but also see how they measure up against others.
Carba won this year's MN Cup competition, which culminated Monday with a grand finale at Twin Cities Startup Week.
Professionals in med-tech, health tech and biotech will be among those gathering around the metro for in-person and virtual events as part of Twin Cities Startup Week, which starts this weekend.
Recent data from the American Community Survey show 9.6% of the Minnesota population living below the federal poverty threshold, a slight increase from 2021.
Minnetonka-based MIIR found a way to search mathematically rather than instinctively for the parts in songs that elicit a certain emotional response, which will have a big impact on industries like film, music streaming and health care.
The county has developed a customer journey mapping system to summarize citizens' movement through various services, from the DMV to the county medical center.
Finding a match doesn't have to be expensive, but a commitment of time and a bit of money can help.
A variety of devices — from basic GPS tags to smartwatches — could provide parental peace of mind while still allowing an age-appropriate level of independence.
The cooperative voted last week to close the location on Minnehaha Avenue, citing inflation, decreased sales and an overall lag in people needing repairs as reasons for the decision.
Wound Co. is adding support to understaffed hospitals, clinics and home care providers nationwide, especially those serving diabetics and seniors.
In the past 30 years, Mortenson has completed more than 230 sports venue projects valued at upward of $15 billion.
Mortenson and co-lead McCarthy previously completed the $1.9 billion construction of the Las Vegas Raiders' NFL stadium.
For nearly 30 years, Punch has built a following without much investment in promotion and advertising.
Whether they are online or on digital billboards, clients need agencies to leverage today's market data for them, professionals say.
Medical device companies are getting the most money, but higher interest rates and bank closures have cooled investment off recent record years.
In an interview, Luke Wendlandt talks about his own mental health journey, how his app is meant to help people connect with each other and mental health professionals, and some entrepreneurial tips.
Over the past 20 years, Wangchou Yang and his family have built a reputation in the Twin Cities' Hmong community for their vast collection of medicinal plants.
Williams, the former publisher of the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, a family-owned publication since 1934, passed away on June 6. She was 81.
David Kornberg joined Maurices in 2021 after previously serving as CEO of clothing chain Express. An interim CEO has been appointed for the Minnesota-based women's clothing retailer.
Private citizens aren't the only ones investing in autonomous vehicles. The state is also trying to figure out how to bring more self-driving cars to the roads to forge a more connected community.
Improving systems with input from disadvantaged business owners could help these government agencies increase spending.
By 2030, older adults are expected to spend $120 billion on tech, per AARP.
Either as a side gig or as an extension of a fully functioning business, creating an app isn't reserved for coding experts.
As more investors and stakeholders demand progress in ESG initiatives, Ethos has found a way to measure data to help decision making.
Experts fear the billion-dollar industry's potential for mass surveillance and its lack of safeguards to protect millions of images of real people's faces from theft or alteration.
The budget-friendly carrier will join the ranks of other airlines that have invested in technology to better serve passengers.
The state ranks last in the U.S. in the percentage of high schools offering computer science coursework, with only 21% doing so.
The Mom Badge app was created as a way to acknowledge some of the unseen work moms do with a digital token — and maybe a gift card, too.
Brands are becoming more willing to attach themselves to women's sports, gaining consumer attention in a less-crowded advertising sphere.
Access to at-home data helps medical professionals intervene earlier if heart problems emerge in mothers late in pregnancy or after they give birth.
Center for Economic Inclusion has begun its second round of $400,000 grants aimed at women of color entrepreneurs.
The latest round was led by new investor New York City-based Ally Bridge Group.
The latest capital raise puts Arthur Ventures over $1 billion in total assets under management.
Tonka Toys was a pioneer for its realistic designs and reliance on metal parts.
Personal protection equipment startup launches in St. Paul to serve Muslim women who need head coverings in sanitized environments.
Located near the main entrance of the ballpark at Gate 34, Creator's Corner will feature three local businesses from entrepreneurs of color at all 81 home games.
The Twins are using artificial intelligence to scan for weapons at gate entrances, the first sports venue in Minnesota to do so.
Landlords and property owners can't say yes to every entrepreneur with a dream. They have equity partners and lenders to answer to.
The Meet Minneapolis campaign, "See What All the Fuss is About," is the agency's largest in a decade.
Since its founding, Gravie has secured $327 million from venture and equity investors.
Before the federal government stepped in this past weekend, several Minnesota startups worried about making payroll after Silicon Valley Bank closed late last week.
For Minnesota attorneys specializing in trademark and patent law, demand from NFT creators has grown to be a large chunk of the business.
The father of six immersed himself in higher education and earned several degrees.
Time can be crucial in communicating with people seeking care for substance use disorders. One Twin Cities company hopes to help improve an often slow process.
Police chief said officers responded to reports of shooting at an apartment building and were fired on by the suspect before returning fire.
Deeloh Technologies' Extempore app lets students record assignments and teachers grade them all on demand.
Big Band Software is focused on business-to-business software companies generating between $1 million and $10 million in annual revenue.
"We want to help people nail their first impression," said Kelvin Johnson, co-founder of the Minneapolis-based company.
The company anticipates approval in the U.S. for the system sometime within the first half of 2023.
Trunkdrop can be used for a number of delivery situations — a small-business owner who wants to deliver a product to a nearby customer or an autobody shop in need of parts from a supplier late in the evening.
GroundCloud's founder and chief executive, Dave Leland, will continue to lead the company.
Twin Cities content creators share their strategies for success on social media platforms.
In addition to local farmers markets and dog events in the Twin Cities, the treats are available in nearly two dozen Lunds & Byerlys stores, Jerry's Foods, County Markets, Bone Marche and select Ace Hardware stores.
Minnesota startups are leveraging software to also generate instant quotes on repairs, remodeling, and schedule snow removal and lawn services.
Venture deals already fell about 16% in 2022. Now, investors say they will be more concerned about a company's execution and traction in the market.