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How Would Vikings Being In Super Bowl LII Affect Local Economy?The Vikings are one win away from playing in the Super Bowl. But is that a good thing or a bad thing for the local economy?
Local Small Businesses Score Big With Super Bowl ProgramThe "Big Game" has already meant big business for hundreds of Twin Cities companies.
Anti-Pipeline Protesters Chain Themselves To Duluth Wells FargoProtesters upset with Wells Fargo's financial backing of oil pipeline projects chained themselves to bank's doors in downtown Duluth.
2 Sam’s Club Stores In Minnesota Closing DownWal-Mart is boosting its starting salary, but the company is also closing 10 percent of its Sam's Club warehouse stores, including two in Minnesota.
Walmart Bumps Starting Pay To $11 An Hour, Expands Parental BenefitsWalmart, the world's largest private employer, is boosting its starting salary for U.S. workers to $11 an hour, handing out one-time cash bonuses to those who don't benefit from the pay hike and expanding its maternity and parental leave benefits.
Monte Carlo’s Longevity Due To More Than Just Great WingsIn a time where foodies chase the newest restaurants and the coolest place to take an Instagram picture, the Monte Carlo Bar & Grill has stood the test of time.
For Eric Dayton, The 'North' Brand Is About Pride In Minnesota's WintersLong gone are the days when Eric Dayton was primarily known for being Gov. Mark Dayton's son. This week alone, the 37-year-old CEO of Askov Finlayson is rolling out a new partnership with Target as well a new initiative for his climate-conscious clothing company.
Beloved Roseville Sandwich Shop Closing After Nearly 20 YearsA beloved roast beef sandwich shop in the north metro is closing its doors after nearly 20 years in business.
Autos Overshadow Smartphones, Small Gadgets At CES Tech ShowThe smartphones and other small machines that used to dominate the annual CES gadget show have been overshadowed in recent years by bigger mobile devices: namely, automobiles.
Intel CEO: Fixes On The Way For Serious Processor Security FlawIntel has big plans to steer toward new business in self-driving cars, virtual reality and other cutting-edge technologies. But first it has to pull out of a skid caused by a serious security flaw in its processor chips, which undergird many of the world's smartphones and personal computers.
Target Sales Jump 3.4 Percent During Strong Holiday SeasonTarget has joined other retailers in putting up booming sales numbers as shoppers returned in force during the critical holiday season.
Askov Finlayson Promises To Give 110 Percent To 'Keep The North Cold'Askov Finlayson, the downtown Minneapolis outfitter behind the rebranding of Minnesota as “the North,” is putting its money where its mouth is in its fight against climate change.

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