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Market in Eyota, Minn., seeks help to find a buyer

– Al Schumann, a native son of this waypoint midway between St. Charles and Rochester, stepped up 11 years ago at the age of 84 and opened the...

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US retail sales rose 0.2% in Nov., helped by holiday boost

WASHINGTON — U. S. retail sales increased a slight 0.2% in November, as strong sales tied to holiday shopping were offset by lower gasoline prices....

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Airport panel will lend Sun Country $5.4 million for hangar-to-office makeover

The Metropolitan Airports Commission will lend Sun Country Airlines up to $5.4 million to turn one of its hangars into the airline's headquarters...

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Trump club is in tax break zone, but is unlikely to benefit

NEW YORK — President Donald Trump's company owns a golf club in an Opportunity Zone offering developers massive tax breaks, but experts say it is...

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Lease sale in Alaska petroleum reserve draws modest interest

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The federal government's attempt to sell oil leases in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska has again drawn a modest response....

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Groundbreaking set and a new sales center for 40-story condo tower

After several years of planning, the developer of a luxury condo tower across the Mississippi River from downtown Minneapolis has started taking...

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Judge rules no punishing Smithfield Foods for hog complex

RALEIGH, N. C. — A federal judge in North Carolina is shutting down a lawsuit against a Smithfield Foods hog feeding operation by some neighbors...

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Minneapolis retail pop-up pilot aimed for Final Four weekend

A proposal to repurpose empty space in office buildings in downtown Minneapolis into pop-up retail stores could get its first test drive during...

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CBS sells Television City for $750M to LA developer

LOS ANGELES — CBS says it has sold Television City, its Los Angeles headquarters and production facility, to a real estate developer for $750...

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Brands born on the internet embrace physical stores

SHORT HILLS, N. J. — A growing number of brands born on the internet, from Casper to Indochino, are opening physical stores and moving into...

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Panel to take closely watched vote on pipeline station

RICHMOND, Va. — A normally low profile citizen panel that votes on air pollution permits is set to take a closely watched vote Monday on whether...

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Plymouth holiday light show shimmers again with good neighbors' help

Mike Justak’s legacy of shimmering Christmas lights is still shining brightly this holiday season — the expansive display just moved a couple...

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Dominium pulls out of North Loop affordable housing project

Dominium, one of the nation’s largest for-profit developers, has called off plans to convert a sprawling warehouse in the North Loop neighborhood...

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Bremer CEO Jeanne Crain talks about small business clients, changing industry

Jeanne Crain, president and CEO at St. Paul-based Bremer Financial Corp., is finding that you don’t have to be in a bank office to generate a loan....

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Solar energy co-op sells subscribers energy — and a piece of the business

The business is the only developer in Minnesota that is a cooperatively owned: Subscribers to its solar gardens own a piece of the company, too....

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Future U.S. seniors to face housing crunch as wealth declines

American homes are showing their age — not the houses, but the people living in them. In 2016, about 55 percent of U. S. households (or about 65...

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Real estate powerhouse Ackerberg Group bets big in Uptown and St. Paul

Stuart Ackerberg may have hit a few hiccups, but he was always certain the second phase of his MoZaic office development in the Uptown area of...

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Shopko closing 39 stores in 19 states, including two in Minnesota

The closings include two in Minnesota, in Mahnomen and Paynesville. Shopko spokeswoman Michelle Hansen says each store employs 10 to 25 employees,...

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It may be time to stop itemizing your taxes

Around this time of year, many taxpayers begin the annual ritual of pondering The Big Question: Do I take the standard deduction or spend time...

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Walgreens expands prescription delivery program nationwide

Walgreens is joining rival drugstore chain CVS Health in expanding home deliveries for prescriptions nationwide, as stores continue adjusting to a...

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Target Plaza III in downtown Minneapolis sells for $171 million

One of the downtown office buildings that houses Target Corp. has a new owner. California-based Menlo Equities paid $171 million for the 12-story...

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Apartment, condo project with 309 units gets OK in Edina

After four years of debate, deliberations and revisions, a sprawling mixed-use development in Edina cleared a final hurdle this week. That project,...

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A glance at US mortgage rates

Long-term U. S. mortgage rates fell this week amid a steep decline in stock prices, according to mortgage giant Freddie Mac....

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Edmunds: How to shop for a car when interest rates are high

If you're new to car buying or it's been a few years since your last purchase, get ready for a shock when it comes to financing. Interest rates on...

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Lunds & Byerlys announces new Twin Cities store, its 28th

Lunds & Byerlys announced Tuesday that it will open a new store in Apple Valley, its 28th store in Minnesota. "We're excited to be a part of Apple...

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Minnesota Pollution Control Agency chief hears a wave of worry over Fillmore County feedlot plan

Opponents of a proposed hog feedlot in Fillmore County may not get the full environmental review they’re demanding, but one thing is clear: They’ve...

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News 2 weeks ago
Where Consumers' Checkbook found the best local tire prices

In a time when technology is so advanced that we are moving toward cars that drive themselves, it’s easy to overlook tires. In fact, however, they...

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Business community unable to reach housing deal with city council

The Minneapolis business community has been unable to find common ground with the leadership of the Minneapolis City Council that plans, likely at...

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Edina's 50th & France loses more retailers but gains some too

Bay Street Shoes, a tenant in the popular 50th & France neighborhood in Edina since 2003, will close its doors permanently early next year. Co...

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Coborns will buy most Hornbacher's stores as Supervalu's new owner begins making grocery deals

The new owner of Supervalu is selling all but one Hornbacher’s stores to Coborn’s in a deal that saves the Fargo-Moorhead area grocery chain and a...

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