News releases from Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Minnesota's ag-business leaders to seek pitches on 10 challenges at upcoming Bold Open
June 24, 2021
Monopoly: Target Edition is a bit different than the classic board game in that players buy items that they would find in stores rather than spend money on property, then they earn savings tokens along...
Best Buy Co. Inc. said Thursday it would spend at least $1.2 billion on minority-owned suppliers, vendors and other partners by 2025, the latest move by a big Twin Cities company to diversify their...
"My goal is to get people everywhere to recognize the global refugee crisis as a humanitarian one," Epimonia founder and CEO Mohamed Malim said in a press release.
Moderno Porcelain Works opens showroom in Minneapolis
June 23, 2021
The University of Minnesota on Tuesday said it's planning for full-capacity crowds at athletic events this fall, starting with football, volleyball and soccer games.
"We've been pretty busy, even through a pandemic," said Kevin Parker, a Bob's zone vice president who oversees expansions in the Midwest and West Coast.
Meda announces fourth 'Million Dollar Challenge'
June 22, 2021
The club wants to add a parking lot, expand golf facilities and close off a road that often handles a high volume of traffic, according to club officials.
Puris preps expansion of Minnesota pea-protein plant
June 21, 2021
Some of the biggest names in food want a piece of the peas business. Minneapolis-based Puris is way ahead of them.
Polaris strategy for supply shortages: Build what it can
June 21, 2021
The Buca di Beppo restaurant in Burnsville, which also houses a delivery-only kitchen for Food Network star Guy Fieri, was badly damaged in a fire last week.
Dream Cabins: Luxury home with 200-foot wide beach on Leech Lake listed for $2.4M (Photos)
June 21, 2021
Minne Inno announces the 2021 Fire Awards
June 18, 2021
For our nominees, we sourced nominations from our readers and added some companies that have made waves in the past year or are on the precipice of big things.
It's dry out. So how are Twin Cities golf courses doing?
June 16, 2021
Minnesota is going through one of the hottest months of June on record, with little rain in recent days and not much in the forecast. But Twin Cities golf courses aren't fretting the conditions, for...
Metro Transit ridership fell by 10 million passengers in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the previous year, another illustration of the heavy toll the Covid-19 pandemic has dealt to transit...
The trustee charged with helping victims of Tom Petters' Ponzi scheme recover their losses is nearing the end of his work, asking a court last week to approve final fees and wrap up the receivership...
University of Minnesota predicts enrollment rebound, with biggest freshman class in decades
June 15, 2021
A surge in new freshmen are expected to help the University of Minnesota recover from an enrollment decline in the 2020 pandemic year. But not all Minnesota colleges are expecting a similar rebound.
Indian, Middle Eastern grocery store chain Desi Brothers plans first Minnesota location in Maple Grove
June 11, 2021
The week in bankruptcies: Pavlick Holding Co.
June 10, 2021
This week in Minneapolis business bankruptcies include Pavlick Holding Co.. For the year, Minneapolis has recorded 18 business bankruptcy filings.
The repowering process involves replacing the existing turbines with more efficient equipment that can increase electricity production by over 10%.
Chefs and restaurateurs Daniel del Prado and Shawn McKenzie are opening Mediterranean-inspired restaurant Cardamom in the Walker Art Center.
CDC gives Minnesota over $29M to fight Covid disparities
June 10, 2021
Sales at Cub Foods are starting to slow following a record year fueled by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest quarterly report from the grocer’s parent company, United Natural Foods Inc.
800-home development planned on farm site in Lakeville
June 09, 2021
The project would include over 75 acres of open space, including parks, buffers, woodlands and wetlands.