After 18 months, Famous Dave’s CEO John Gilbert has resigned, according to a press release issued by the company on Monday.
Bill Pohlad said he had been working on a film called “Tree of Life” with Brad Pitt, when he was asked if he’d be interested in working on a project on slavery.
It’s a debate as old as Minnesota winters: gloves or mittens? For one Minnesota company, it’s an easy answer.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is making a personal pitch to an out-of-state company to add jobs in his state though he isn’t identifying his destination, recruitment target or what possible subsidies are on the table.
A Minnesota-based mail order company has agreed to refund nearly $10,000 in membership fees to dozens of customers in Iowa who claimed the business illegally charged them. Attorney General Tom Miller announced Thursday that Stauer, a jewelry and general merchandise retailer from Burnsville, Minn., would change its marketing practices and provide refunds to more than 50 Iowa customers.
For those that have seen Shakespeare plays before or those looking to experience them for the first time, one thing’s guaranteed: You’ve never seen Shakespeare like this.
Kids are now giving out less traditional stuff for Valentine’s Day — the new stuff is light on hearts and heavy on stickers, magnets and games. And even better, a Minnesota company is at the heart of the trend.
A Massachusetts company has denied negligence in connection with a steroid linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak that has claimed 34 lives nationwide.
Eighteen soldiers in Minnesota’s Army National Guard are returning home on Veterans Day after being stationed overseas since last year. The other 27 soldiers from their company are scheduled to return next month.
A Minnesota company will be building a $25 million plant and logistics center in the Nebraska Panhandle city of Sidney.
With all the service members coming back from war without jobs, efforts are underway to help them.
A Minnesota-based company plans to do something good with the money it makes selling beer.
A Minnesota company has landed a contract to repair levees along the Souris River in north central North Dakota that were damaged by major flooding earlier this year.
Cities of any size will now find it easier to add a robot to their police departments. It’s because a Minnesota-based company ReconRobotics, Inc. is offering a version of its remote-control surveillance camera for less than $5,000.
St. Louis County commissioners are expected to approve a land lease for a new, $50 million mining operation near Chisholm.