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Following Slow Holiday Season, Target Lowers 4Q Profit OutlookTarget cut its fourth-quarter profit and sales outlook after the discounter wrestled with sluggish holiday traffic in its stores and weak sales in key areas like electronics and food that offset a surging online business.
US Bank's Richard Davis To Retire After Decade As CEOU.S. Bank Chairman and CEO Richard Davis announced Tuesday that he will retire from his job as head of one of the nation's largest regional banks.
THOR To Build $36M Office Building In North MinneapolisTHOR Companies, in partnership with Target, will invest $36 million on a new office building at the corner of Plymouth and Penn avenues.
Sunday Liquor Sales Bill Approved, Heads To House Floor For VoteA Minnesota House committee today took the first steps to allowing liquor stores to open on Sundays.
UnitedHealth Group 4Q Earnings Jump 56 PercentUnitedHealth Group's earnings soared 56 percent in the final quarter of 2016, helped by growth in its core health insurance business plus gains from its Optum business segment.
After U.S. Bank Stadium Suite Controversy, A Look At Other Stadiums' PoliciesPublic outcry over the use of luxury suites at U.S. Bank Stadium for friends and family of stadium officials raised questions about policies around the Twin Cities.
Loring Park's Third Bird To Give Way To Bearcat BarThe restaurant announced Monday that The Third Bird's space will transform Thursday into Bearcat Bar.
Xcel Offering Homeowners Green Energy OpportunitiesXcel Energy is now offering up some new opportunities for people to power their homes using wind and solar energy.
Surly To Tap New Beer, ‘Thanks Obama’, On Inauguration DaySurly Brewing Company has announced it is embracing the two-word meme, reflecting on the past 8 years and looking to the future with its new beer, called “Thanks Obama”.
Finding Minnesota: Brooklyn Park’s Pro Wrestling AcademyIn this week's Finding Minnesota, we went to a wrestling academy in Brooklyn Park, where they are always ready to rumble!
Wis. Milk Producers Settle Class-Action Lawsuit For $52 MillionIf you bought milk in Wisconsin during the mid-2000s, you might be in line for a little cash.
Minnesota Twins To Close Last Remaining Pro ShopThe Minnesota Twins have already closed their Pro Shops in Roseville and Apple Valley, and will shutter their store in Minnetonka by the end of the month.

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