The airline’s CEO believes the Eagan-based company still “has to define its place in the market.”
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The nonprofit Public Record Media filed suit last year against Minnesota’s Department of Employment and Economic Development and regional economic development group Greater MSP to reveal details of the bid.
In recent months, the state isn’t creating a net gain of new jobs. Over the last five months of 2018, the state actually lost jobs.
We explore the benefits and challenges of the mixed-use development approach.
Market demographics are strong in the area, so why are stores struggling?
The new congressman from the Third District talks Trump, his agenda and balancing business values within government.
Companies are going above and beyond to attract and retain talent.
Minnesota’s former governor on the reasons for the state’s prosperity; the state of the University of Minnesota; and more.
The state’s oldest winery fights its upstart competitors over what constitutes a Minnesota wine.
The Alatus project calls for 40 stories and 214 units at 200 Central Ave. SE.
The National Science Foundation sees commercialization potential in the University of Minnesota’s “synthetic incompatibility” process that can target certain mosquito populations.
University of St. Thomas business school graduate students examined barriers that people with disabilities face in gaining employment.
The new brewery, located in the Harrison neighborhood of Minneapolis, will include a taproom, art gallery and patio soccer field for a 3 vs. 3 league.
Klingensmith joined the Star Tribune in 2010 after a long career with Time, Inc.
An average of 500 fans attend each Wind Chill game.
The countertop maker Cambria commissioned a film-length mythical origin story. Why?
Has Rochester’s Dick Radatz, Jr. built a better business model?
With sales down, the restaurateur leans on her intuition for creating popular restaurants and an investor’s expertise.
Two years into his tenure, Graff reflects on his progress.
Edina developers want vertical density. Some residents don’t.