The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will be getting service from another airline, but the carrier's identity and flight plans won't be revealed before a formal announcement Wednesday.
Target's net income fell 5 percent to $981 million in the final three months of the company's fiscal year.
Minnesota's 370 community banks got a bit healthier last year according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
3M sees an opportunity in making fuel tanks for natural gas vehicles.
Medtronic's profits are up, but the company's sales growth has Wall Street disappointed. Shares of the world's largest medical device maker fell about 2 percent today.
A survey of Minnesota manufacturers indicates they're confident in their firms' futures, but are increasingly concerned about finding qualified workers.
Struggling women's apparel retailer Christopher & Banks has undergone a shake-up in the executive suite.
General Mills' share price is down about 4 percent Friday after the food maker announced that earnings for its current fiscal year won't be as good as the company had hoped.
Analysts say most retailers these days must compete aggressively on prices or risk losing customers and sales. Consumer expectations and unrelenting competition give retailers no choice.
St. Jude Medical isn't doing enough to study how to treat patients whose implanted heart rhythm devices could fail due to faulty equipment, says a A prominent Minneapolis cardiologist.
Minnesota is ahead of the nation in recovering from the recession, says the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and he expects that to continue.
One runway at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was shut down Monday afternoon after a corporate passenger jet aborted a takeoff.
The city of Minneapolis expects strong convention business in 2012.
The possibility of Delta Air Lines moving 150 jobs from the Twin Cities airport to Atlanta has many officials displeased. But airport commission officials say they're confident the airline will remain a major employer here.
The Twin Cities real estate market provided some encouraging signs in January but also reasons for ongoing concern.