Best Buy founder Richard Schulze said today he will not back off his efforts to buy the company.
Minnesota employers added 6,800 jobs in July, the second month in a row that the state gained jobs.
Three members of the Minnesota Lynx who helped the U.S. win an Olympic gold medal in women's basketball received a hearty welcome back Wednesday at a Minneapolis press conference.
Shares of Target are up about 2 percent Wednesday after the company reported increased sales for the quarter that ended last month and raised its profit forecast for this year.
Retailers and food companies are realizing it makes business sense to address the needs of millions of people who can't tolerate gluten, a protein found in wheat and some other grains. Gluten-free versions of many foods are usually expensive, but sales are soaring.
A strong dollar depressed the 3M Co.'s sales for the quarter ending last month. But the company's profits rose as officials cut costs.
The Minnesota State Lottery posted record sales for the fiscal year that ended in June, preliminary reports indicate.
A major travel firm says Twin Cites airfares may increase next year at a rate faster than the national average.
Minnesota employers added 7,200 jobs in June, but the unemployment rate remained unchanged.
Free wireless Internet connections will be available throughout the Twin Cities airport starting in October.
Maplewood-based 3M has turned its aerospace business into a separate division, meaning the business will get more attention and investment as 3M products increasingly show up inside and outside the planes we fly on.
Shares of the third-largest U.S. grocery chain fell 49 percent today, as Wall Street reacts to the company's decision to suspend dividend payments to shareholders and explore the possible sale of all or parts of the company.
Supervalu CEO Craig Herkert said the company's poor quarter means price cuts for shoppers and a serious review of the company's future prospects.
Eden Prairie-based Supervalu, the nation's third-largest grocery chain, reported a year-over-year drop in sales and profits for the quarter ending last month. Sales fell 5 percent and earnings plunged 45 percent.
More than 1,000 veterans are expected to attend a Brooklyn Center career fair Wednesday to connect with employers who are hiring.