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King, a Minnesota-based designer and manufacturer of satellites and antennas, will begin marketing a powerful Wi-Fi antenna this fall, a product company leaders could add 50 percent more revenue to the 100-person company over the next several years.
The King Falcon will be out this October and is geared for RV, camper and mobile home owners.
The device is part omni-directional antenna, which gathers signals from all around it, and part directional antenna, which points to a specific source for…
Minnesota United FC owner Bill McGuire has signed a master lease agreement that gives him control of the Midway Shopping Center, a move that allows him to demolish parts of the retail center to make way for a new soccer stadium.
A Twin Cities health care technology startup with Hawaiian roots is ramping up hiring after closing on a $1.1 million round of funding.
Minnestar, which organizes the popular MinneBar and MinneDemo tech events, has named Maria Ploessl its first executive director.
Ploessl was most recently director of coding school Iron Yard's Twin Cities campus and was previously a program manager for City Year Boston, an organization that aims to keep at-risk youth from dropping out of school.
Minnestar has been run by volunteers since launching in 2006. It started looking for an executive director earlier this year.
The organization hasn't…
The Business Journal's 19th annual Best Places to Work awards honor 67 Minnesota employers and four individuals for creating and cultivating engaged workforces.
Famous Dave's of America Inc. continues to shut down underperforming restaurants as the chain tries to rebound from years of slumping sales.
The barbecue chain announced Monday that it had closed six company-owned restaurants over the past two quarters. Locally, the Famous Dave's restaurant in Bloomington closed its doors in late July. The restaurant was at 5101 W 98th St. Calls to the store direct customers to the nearby Minnetonka location.
Famous Dave's has 14 restaurants left in Minnesota.…
A couple new hotel proposals, the death of another and a major resort renovation headline the latest update to the Business Journal’s interactive Crane Watch.
Nine new projects have been added, including a Bloomington hotel and WhirlyBall proposal, the Great Wolf renovation and major housing pitches from Kraus Anderson, Lupe Development Partners and Alatus LLC.
Gone from the map is M.A. Mortenson’s plans for a Hyatt Centric hotel near the Guthrie Theater. That project died because Mortenson…
More than a year after receiving approval from the city, developers will break ground on an 88-unit senior living campus in Richfield later this month. Havenwood of Richfield, which will be located on the city's former public works garage site on 76th Street near Pillsbury Avenue, is expected to open in the spring of 2018.
Edina-based Mesaba Capital Development received approval from Richfield's City Council last March for the project. The campus will be operated by Richfield-based Avinity, which…
The BrandLab, a nonprofit organization that's focused on improving diversity in the Twin Cities marketing and advertising industry, recently released a study that analyzed demographic data from 40 organizations to determine how diverse the Twin Cities marketing and advertising industry is.
Long story short: It's not. Only 7.75 percent of the industry is nonwhite. This falls in line with national statistics; nonwhite staff make up only 5 to 6 percent of marketing and advertising organizations nationally.