CEO Jonathan Wassertrum Puts His Desk In The Middle Of The OfficeSquareFoot CEO Jonathan Wassertrum says more people are coming by to see him, and ask questions than before.
'Flavors Aren't A Problem': Vaping Retailers Push For Regulations, Not BansMore than 50 cities and counties in Minnesota now require people to be of drinking age to buy tobacco products.
50th And France Parking Lot Could Transform Into Affordable HousingA surface parking lot near the border of Minneapolis and Edina may be transformed into affordable housing.
UnitedHealth Revenue Up 7%, Raises 2019 Earnings OutlookUnitedHealth Group hiked its 2019 forecast again after the addition of hundreds of clinics to its health care services business contributed to a better-than-expected third quarter.
Some Target Workers Allege Decreased Hours After Minimum Wage RaiseSome Target employees say while their wages are going up, their hours are going down.
Dissatisfaction Flying High On Sun Country Under New ManagementSun Country Airlines will highlight Tuesday what the company calls positive changes and future plans. But passengers have repeatedly reported to us their complaints about canceled flights and customer service.
VP Mike Pence Visits Lakeville's Safety Signs Ahead Of Rally AppearanceSeeing the President and Vice President together at a rally doesn't happen very often. It's a show of just how serious Republicans are about winning Minnesota in the upcoming election.
Amid Low Unemployment, Businesses Getting Creative, Removing Barriers To Attract WorkersMinnesota’s 3.3% unemployment rate brings a new set of opportunities and challenges to the workforce. Companies need to fill positions so badly that some are reevaluating eligibility requirements or benefits offered.
Downtown Minneapolis Businesses Brace For President Trump RallyBusinesses around Target Center are bracing for the big crowds that President Donald Trump’s Thursday rally will bring to downtown Minneapolis.
Me'Lea Connelly, Former Leader Of Minnesota’s First Black-Led Credit Union, Explains Why She Was Fired"I don’t believe that it’s necessary to, you know, attack someone’s character or ruin their reputation in order to move on with the work."
Hy-Vee: Payment Process Breach Reported In July May Have Affected Some Customers Since NovemberHy-Vee said that customer data could have been accessed from as long ago as Dec. 14, 2018 at some locations' fuel pumps, and as long ago as Jan. 15, 2019 at restaurants and drive-thru coffee shops.
'Nobody Was Expecting It': Sleepy Eye Hopes To Rebound From Del Monte ClosureTo Sleepy Eye's surprise, Del Monte abruptly announced in late August that this will be its final season of operation. For the more than 300 workers, their jobs are being eliminated.
'I Gives Us Hope': Somali Minnesotan's Dream Of Opening Dentist Practice Comes TrueThis weekend, a Minnesotan will realize a career dream that started in Mogadishu.
Macy's To Offer Free Same-Day Delivery In The Twin CitiesMacy’s says it will be offering free same-day delivery to customers in the Twin Cities starting next month.
Northern Metals Permanently Shuts Down Minneapolis Shredder After MPCA SettlementIn a settlement with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Northern Metals has admitted to altering pollution records and will permanently shut down its metal shredder by the end of the day Monday.