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Sweet Science Ice Cream, which opened its first location last summer at Como Park, will return to the neighborhood this year as part of a team-up with local restaurant Delicata Pizza & Gelato. The ice cream shop will occupy one-half of Delicata, a couple blocks from Como Park, on Fridays and Saturdays every other week from June 21 through Aug. 17. Delicata is owned by restaurateur Matty O'Reilly, who has partnered with Sweet Science owner Ashlee Olds before. Last year, Sweet Science shared space…
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Hot bakery Milk Bar will come to the North Loop of Minneapolis this August as part of its All You Can Treat Tour. Milk Bar will drive its signature pink truck to Spoon and Stable restaurant at 211 N 1st St. Aug. 2-3 to serve cake truffles, pies, cereal milk soft-serve and other sweets from 11am to 4pm. The tour unofficially began in Austin June 1 and will continue through Aug. 18. Other stops include Dallas, Chicago and Miami. The company determined the tour agenda by looking at demand for their…
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Workers who stock many of the flights leaving Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport with drinks, snacks and meals say they are prepared to strike if negotiations for a $15 minimum wage and better health benefits aren’t successful. The 455 workers are employees of LSG Sky Chefs, a German company that subcontracts with Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) to provide food and beverages for flights, including the prepared meals served to first-class passengers and on international flights. They’re…
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The Opus Group has one more parcel of land remaining on the north side of Nicollet Mall and it’s going with what has worked for the Minnetonka developer so far: high-end apartments. Opus has submitted plans for a glassy 20 story tower with 357 to 370 apartments and 5,000 square-feet of retail space at the corner of Nicollet Mall and Third Street.  The project, called 301, will take up the remainder of the block — 1.5 acres — left over from Opus’s 365 project, which wrapped up last fall…
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Editor's note: This story comes from our online sister publication, Minne Inno, which focuses on the Twin Cities startup scene. Want more stories about tech and innovation in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area? Subscribe to the Beat by Minne Inno, a free daily email newsletter that breaks down everything you need to know about what's new in business the Twin Cities. ’Tis the season for summer internships, and more than 30 Twin Cities teens are embarking on a summer-long project with a local education…
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Nurses at Children’s Minnesota on Thursday authorized a strike against the health system's hospitals in Minneapolis and St. Paul, though contract negotiations are expected to continue. The Star Tribune reports on the vote by members of the Minnesota Nurses Association, the union that represents about 1,500 nurses at Children's facilities.  The final tally isn't known, but a strike vote needed a two-thirds majority to pass. The Business Journal reported earlier this week on prospects for the…
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Cargill has warned that global companies will not meet their goal of halting the conversion of forests into farms by next year, dampening optimism for a critical resource to stem climate change.
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The five largest LGBTQ-owned businesses in the Twin Cities are the same as last year – but the order has changed. First Avenue Productions moved up a spot to No. 2 on the Business Journal's List of largest Twin Cities' LGBTQ-owned companies. What's more, spots three through five also had some shuffling. MSP Real Estate is No. 1 again with 700 employees, that's by the far the largest. RELATED: Read the profiles of all the 2019 Business of Pride honorees In all, there are more than 1,900 employees…
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Around 200 people attended the second annual Business of Pride awards held Wednesday at Nicollet Island Pavilion in Minneapolis. This year the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal recognized the professional successes and outstanding advocacy work of 21 individuals in the Twin Cities who are making a difference in advancing equality in the business world and local community. Click through the slideshow above to see scenes from the 2019 event. Visit here to read more about our honorees. With help…
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Glencoe-based Twin Cities & Western Railroad plans to use a $2 million federal grant awarded Wednesday to improve safety and reliability along the 144 miles of track it controls between St. Paul and the South Dakota border.
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