Forbes put Winmark Corporation number 11 on its top 100 list. The Minneapolis company franchises retail store concepts. Also representing the Gopher State: NVE Corporation, Capella Education, Buffalo Wild Wings, Hickory Tech, and Hawkins.
St. Paul is closing 6 schools amid declining enrollment
The board revised the plan after the school communities voiced concerns.
Pedestrian dies after being struck by motorist in Rosemount
It happened around 5 p.m. Wednesday.
X-rays negative after Karl-Anthony Towns takes scary fall
Towns crashed hard to the ground late in the game Wednesday night.
2 more homicides push Minneapolis closer to record set in 1995
The deadly shootings happened on the city's North Side Wednesday night.
KAT sets a franchise record, leaves early in loss to Wizards
Towns fell on his back in the final minutes of a loss in Washington.
Man shot by police in Forest Lake dies from injuries
It was one of two police shootings in the Twin Cities on the same day, both of which proved fatal.
'Everyone should really be masking up' in public, Malcolm says
The health commissioner said residents have gotten "a little bit lax" with some protective measures.
Byron Buxton believes he's the best player in baseball
"Nobody [does] the things that I do. I know that."
Edibles coming to Minnesota's medical marijuana program
MDH also announced it will not add anxiety as qualifying condition.
Police reveal new details about 'coordinated' Best Buy thefts
A large group stole thousands of dollars in merchandise from three Twin Cities Best Buy stores.
Forbes names Capella Education one of the best small companies
Capella Education ranked 37th in Forbes Magazine's 'Top 100 Small Businesses' list this year. It's one of six Minnesota companies to make the list.
Five Minnesotans are among the wealthiest in the country
Five Minnesotans made Forbes list of the 400 richest people in America. Barbara Carlson Gage and Marilyn Carlson Nelson topped the Minnesota list with a net worth of $4 billion. Whitney MacMillan, Stanley Hubbard and Glen Taylor also made the list.
Business Journal releases list of most "liked" Minnesota companies
Target more than doubled its number of "likes" on Facebook to be Minnesota's most popular brand on the social networking site. The Minneapolis-based retailer has surged to 11.7 million "likes," followed by Buffalo Wild Wings with 7.32 million. Best Buy, Dairy Queen and Betty Crocker rounded out the top five most-liked companies.
Two Minnesota breweries are among the "Best Brewers in the World"
Brooklyn Center-based Surly Brewing Co. was ranked No. 11 by RateBeer.com. Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery also made the list at No. 42. The top-100 rankings are based on user ratings and input.
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