Two of the three branches — damaged in riots following the police killing of George Floyd — are being rebuilt from the ground up.
Unite Here has dropped an unfair labor practices complaints after "productive" conversations with the brewer.
No numbers yet, but some services could move from St. Paul to Minneapolis.
The Owatonna-based lettuce company is bringing its indoor greenhouse model to the Lone Star State and California.
Alaska Native corporations are not eligible to receive a share of the $8 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding set aside for tribes, a federal appeals court panel ruled Friday in overturning a lower-court decision.
Elizabeth Neumann wrestled with the decision for weeks. She worried about the backlash, the impact it would have on her career, potential threats to her family.
President Donald Trump's campaign has grown increasingly focused on making inroads in Pennsylvania to offset potential vulnerabilities in other battlegrounds.
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The Cub and Target rebuilding plans are moving forward as more businesses reopen after being damaged in the unrest following the killing of George Floyd.
C.R. Bard paying $60M to 48 states to end case.
The Minneapolis-based startup company is now selling fully insured coverage.
U.S. Bank's new metro-area branches have been retooled for the digital age.
The Minneapolis retailer says national hiring will remain about equal to last year, at 130,000, but more will be in online pickup and fulfillment roles.
New phase of Discovery Square project will be part of a massive downtown redevelopment.
The St. Paul-based adhesives company, though, reported better-than-expected third-quarter earnings.
After three long years, the former Macy's in downtown Minneapolis is ready to reveal itself as the stunningly converted Dayton's Project office tower.
The Golden Valley-based food company says it's capitalizing on a "once-in-a-generation" opportunity to get new customers.