Report: Twin Cities Holiday Spending Projected At Highest In 15 YearsSt. Thomas just released their Annual Holiday Spending Survey, with the season's forecast on what's hot and how much shoppers plan to spend.
Minnesota Organization Gets $1.5M Grant To Help Minority BusinessesA federal business agency has awarded a Minnesota organization that helps minority-owned businesses grow with a $1.5 million grant.
Madelia Cleaning Up After Devastating Downtown FireA small community in southwestern Minnesota is still cleaning up after a big fire destroyed several businesses along its main street.
Cambria Announces International Expansion PlansCambria has announced an expansion to take business overseas and across the globe to Europe, Russia, the Middle East, New Zealand, Australia and Asia.
Shakopee City Councilwoman's Spa Shuts Down, Leaving Customers Out Of MoneyI-Zen Spa in Shakopee went out of business in November. The company was evicted for not paying rent. Now, customers say they're not getting any answers.
Many Local Businesses Relieved After Major SnowfallThe winter storm that finally brought a significant snowfall to the Twin Cities is whipping up a flurry of business. From hardware stores to ski slopes, owners are happy to no longer be feeling the cold shoulder from winter.
Many Local Businesses Bustling With Christmas CustomersIt is the one day of the year that most business close their doors to observe the Christmas holiday. That leaves very few options for dining or entertainment and creates a sudden rush for the restaurants and businesses that stay open.
Good Question: How Much Of Our Shopping Is Online?Over the past decade, online sales have grown every year, but they still have a ways until they catch up before they reach store sales. So, how much of our shopping is online? Good Question.
Minnesota Teamsters Gather To Discuss Pension CrisisMinnesota Teamsters, concerned about big cuts to their pensions, gathered Saturday to talk about their financial future.
Duluth-Based Minnesota Power Proposes Rate Hike In Cost-Cutting PlanMinnesota Power is proposing a rate hike for residential customers as part of a plan to cut electrical costs for struggling mining and paper companies.
FBI Searches Home Of Fired Former President Of Starkey HearingMore drama is unfolding in the ongoing purge of top executives at Starkey Labs. Federal agents executed a search warrant at the Plymouth home of former Starkey president Jerry Ruzicka Wednesday afternoon.
CenturyLink, Vikings Announce Partnership, Wi-Fi Access Points In New StadiumThe bricks and mortar are being put into place at the new U.S. Bank stadium. Now, construction on the Wi-Fi infrastructure will begin.

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