A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
A mansion that was converted into a boutique hotel in St. Paul's Cathedral Hill and a newly built hotel in the North Loop of Minneapolis have recently opened.
The Minnesota hemp industry has joined the state agriculture department in protesting proposed federal rules they say would be a huge step backward for the emerging rural industry.
VNN Sports, a high school sports communications software platform based in northern Minnesota, has raised a $3.7 million funding round led by NextWave capital with participation from Arsenal Ventures.
Minneapolis-based Atomic Data has signed a multi-year partnership to be the exclusive technology-services partner of The Walker Art Center. The Walker represents Atomic's largest partnership behind its contract with the Minnesota United soccer club.
Mental health to take spotlight at Medical Alley Association meeting, with Phelps and Kennedy in fireside chat
Minneapolis-based Varde Partners, one of the state's oldest and most active international private equity investors, has raised nearly $2.5 billion for its 13th "flagship" fund in 26 years.
The Minnesota Propane Association wants the administration of Gov. Tim Walz to consider liquid propane as an economical alternative to spending $4.7 million on electric-powered school buses from $47 million Minnesota gets from the national Volkswagen pollution-cheating scandal settlement.
Nancy Libersky, a 30-year veteran and the first female Minnesota district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), has retired after nine years.
Andrew Ross Sorkin: Real charity doesn't come with a tax deduction.
Regis, which is trying to sell all of its corporate-owned salons, has sold 133 more.
Lutheran Social Service (LSS) of Minnesota, which partners with property owners to provide housing for once-homeless families, will offer a free workshop on addressing tenant issues, featuring two veteran attorneys, on Wednesday, Jan 8 from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Center for Changing Lives, 2400 Park Av. in Minneapolis..
Canada-based Colliers International plans to acquire an unspecified "controlling interest" in four subsidiaries of Minneapolis-based Dougherty Financial Group. The privately held firm was founded more than 40 years ago by CEO Mike Dougherty.
Minnesota job growth has slowed as business owners struggle to find and retain workers this year, according to Grow Minnesota, the 17-year Minnesota Chamber of Commerce that helps businesses expand locally or elsewhere in Minnesota.
Minneapolis-based Clinician Nexus raises $1.5 million in venture capital>
Passengers can now check-in for their flights at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport using self-service kiosk machines, much like they can at most other U.S. airlines, rather than standing in long ticket counter lines.
Episerver of New Hampshire said it has acquired Minneapolis-based Insite Software for an unspecified amount in a private transaction.
HabitAware will design and test a novel wearable sensing system with new sensor technologies that can detect subtle movements associated with body-focused repetitive behaviors and can significantly improve detection accuracy of body-focused related behaviors.
Minnesota DEED awards four businesses funds to help them expand in St. Cloud, Bloomington, Buffalo and Elk River.
The news that Minnesota's health commissioner has authorized expansion of medical marijuana to chronic pain and some eye conditions, can't hurt Vireo Health. The multistate cannabis grower, processor, retailer and owner of Minnesota Medical Solutions is trying to get scale in a tough trade.
Michelle Basham, a veteran nonprofit executive who founded a youth-homelessness agency at 19, will take over as CEO of YWCA Minneapolis in January.