In an attempt to meet the increasing demand for faster Internet, Comcast on Tuesday boosted the speeds on three of its plans.
The Twin Cities & Western Railroad and public officials are engaged in a stare-down that calls into question the future of the area’s biggest transit project, Southwest LRT.
Burning Brothers Brewing, which will open its doors this summer and hopes to have a taproom, will be the only 100 percent gluten-free brewery in the Midwest.
The company’s earnings climbed nearly 2 percent while sales increased 8 percent during the third quarter, driven largely by sales in recently acquired businesses.
Entrepreneurs Sara and David Russick share the wealth — and wisdom — through Gopher Angels.
MakeMusic will be acquired by LaunchEquity Partners, which has been pursuing a buyout since last summer.
The dean of the University of Minnesota–Duluth’s Swenson College of Science and Engineering cites dramatic growth in engineering enrollment.
Target is also reportedly involved in testing a new same-day product delivery service that Google is exploring.
A new report found that some Minnesota employers are having a difficult time filling job vacancies, but the reasons vary and cannot be pinned solely on a shortage of qualified applicants.
Some of Minnesota’s leading executives make their mark in very unexpected ways.
Attorneys are helping providers and others navigate the changing health care landscape.
MEDA has surveyed clients representative of hundreds of minority-owned companies for a report on how this part of our economy is doing.
The Richfield-based electronics retailer said eliminating 400 jobs at its headquarters will help cut costs by $150 million.
Macy’s is closing and Lawson might leave, but the Saints ballpark, light rail and residential projects are under way.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport garnered 18.3 percent of votes cast by travel agent owners, managers, and agents across the country.
Best Buy Company, Inc. appears to be exhibiting signs of a turnaround.
Shea has figured out what it takes to succeed in perhaps the toughest business out there — restaurants.
The manufacturer is awaiting approval for a $250,000 forgivable loan from the state that would aid its planned $1 million expansion.
Indeed Brewing Co. expanding through a $250,000 upgrade; 612Brew, meanwhile, will open its taproom on Wednesday.
The birthplace of the Milky Way has a rich history in the candy business. Now even some old favorites are getting a fresh look.