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Following First Avenue's lead, The Dakota plans to require guests to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test to ensure their safety, as well as that of the club's staff and performers.
The week in bankruptcies: A Home of Your Own Inc..
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This week in Minneapolis business bankruptcies include A Home of Your Own Inc.. For the year, Minneapolis has recorded 20 business bankruptcy filings.
Target announces education benefit program for frontline workers
August 04, 2021
"We don't want the cost to be a barrier for anyone, and that's where Target can step in to make education accessible for everyone," Melissa Kremer, chief human resources officer at Target, said in a...
Polaris unveils its 2022 off-road lineup (Photos)
August 02, 2021
The week in bankruptcies: Oliver & Co. LLC.
August 01, 2021
This week in Minneapolis business bankruptcies include Oliver & Co. LLC. For the year, Minneapolis has recorded 19 business bankruptcy filings.
U.S. picks Bloomington for nation's 2027 World Expo bid
July 30, 2021
Bloomington missed out on its chance to host the World Expo — also known as the World's Fair — several years ago, but it's getting another chance.
Glen Taylor is in the process of selling the Timberwolves for $1.5 billion. An attorney on the inside shares what was easy and what wasn't.
Target Corp. on Thursday said it would give hundreds of thousands of employees a $200 bonus, the sixth round of payouts from the retailer since the Covid-19 pandemic began.
Target sees Black workforce representation fall in 2020
July 29, 2021
Looking across all roles at the Minneapolis-based retail giant, Black worker representation fell around 0.7% between 2019 and 2020, according to Target's workforce diversity report released July 27.
Red Cow opening fifth restaurant in Rochester
July 29, 2021
APi Group Inc., which was taken public in 2019 with the goal of pursuing bigger acquisition targets, on Tuesday announced one of the biggest M&A deals by a Minnesota company this year, buying fire and...
Minnesota saw a record number of murders in 2020 and the highest number of bias crimes reported in 15 years, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's 2020 Uniform Crime Report...
Uponor plans $10M in expansion projects at 2 Minnesota facilities, driven by homebuilder demand
July 27, 2021
Surging home starts have boosted demand for its plumbing systems products, so Uponor is moving up a $10 million expansion project.
3M Co. on Tuesday raised its guidance for full-year earnings after turning in a second-quarter performance that topped Wall Street estimates.
"We are lucky to have been able to hire someone as experienced and passionate about community building, economic vitality, and sustainability as Sarah," HMC co-president Thom Foss said in a press...
Bright Health led the IPO round-up, with its $924 million raise in June, the largest for a Medical Alley company.
The pandemic forced the entertainment industry to get creative in finding ways to keep audiences engaged and generate revenue for venues, artists and staff, so everyone could make it through to the...
Jax Cafe in Northeast Minneapolis will likely be closed for several months as structural repairs are made to the more than 110-year-old building.
Sleep Number Corp. raised its full-year profit outlook this week, but the stock fell after quarterly sales missed analyst targets and the company acknowledged parts shortages that made it hard to meet...
Hiawatha Golf Course will stay at 18 holes after the Minneapolis Park Board again rejected a $43 million overhaul intended to reduce flooding issues on the city-owned course.
St. Paul-based hospitality management company Morrissey Hospitality just debuted a new American restaurant, Central N.E. Eat & Drink, in Northeast Minneapolis.
Airlines restarting a couple nonstop routes from MSP to Canadian airports amid border reopening
July 21, 2021
Two airlines are resuming nonstop routes from the Twin Cities to cities in Canada amid the Canadian government's recent announcement that it will reopen its border to fully vaccinated travelers.
Winnebago Industries Inc. has apparently acquired the taste for the water, announcing Tuesday that it's struck a deal to buy Barletta Pontoon Boats of Bristol, Indiana.
Love Your Melon is making its debut with a national brick-and-mortar retailer through a special Disney collection available at Nordstrom.
Frontier adding nonstop route between MSP and Las Vegas
July 20, 2021
Denver-based budget carrier Frontier Airlines is adding a new nonstop route between MSP and Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport in early October.
The agreement marks the first time the New York-based fitness platform has teamed up with a health plan.
A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by Snap Fitness against its insurance company that claimed the gym chain should have been covered against business interruptions brought on by the Covid-19...
Pickleball coming to Northeast Minneapolis
July 16, 2021
Lucky Shots Pickleball Club will include a dozen professional grade courts and space for other events.
Target Field, Minnesota Twins will replace stadium's scoreboard, production control room
July 16, 2021
Target Field, the home of the Minnesota Twins, will soon embark on its biggest renovation project since its debut a dozen years ago: A $33 million replacement of its left-field scoreboard and...
MnPass, the toll payment system used by drivers to pay for access to toll express lanes on Minnesota highways, will be replaced this summer by E-Z Pass, a similar offering that's used in many other...