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.
Construction Taking A Toll On Nicollet Mall BusinessesConstruction crews are a constant sight along the mall. Right now the focus is near 10th and Nicollet. The work has closed popular summer restaurant patios, and slowed business for others.
Regis Shares Fall On Weak 4th Quarter Earnings ReportShares of Regis Corp. dropped 10 percent in morning trading on Friday after the hair salon owner reported a continued decline in quarterly revenue.
Good Question: How Do You Get A Booth At The Fair?How do you get a booth at the State Fair? Good Question. There are only four new food vendors this year but about 470 people on the wait list. It’s a little easier for non-food vendors, where 900 people were waiting for 75 spots this year.
Japanese Company Offers 4-Day Work Week To EmployeesA Japanese fashion brand is giving some of its employees the option to work only four days a week -- for ten hours a day.
Good Question: What Motivates Employees To Perform?What motivates employees to perform? Good Question.
Dayton Promotes Bass Fishing At Lake Mille Lacs Amid Walleye CrisisAfter the state abruptly ended walleye fishing season on Lake Mille Lacs, there's a new push to promote bass fishing there. Gov. Mark Dayton was fishing for bass Saturday after visiting Hunters Resort in Isle. This past week, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources also loosened some bass fishing restrictions on the lake.
Liquor Price War Means Cheap Booze In Twin CitiesSince Total Wine stores entered the Twin Cities market, full out price wars have been underway in the local beer, wine and liquor markets.
Wis. Fireworks Retailer Sees Holiday Business Boom From MinnesotansLocated just four miles from the border in Somerset, Wiscsonsin, the parking lot at Fireworks Forever is bustling. And most of the plates you'll find come from just across the river.
Big Drop In Business Following Downtown Farmers Market MoveA summer staple of downtown Minneapolis is in a new location this year, but vendors at the farmers market say the move is hurting their business.
Historic Seven Corners Hardware Store In St. Paul Scheduled For DemolitionThe old Seven Corners Hardware store near the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul closed last year after the owners made a deal to sell the land to a developer.