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TSI Expands Shoreview Headquarters And Aims To Add 200 New Jobs

The company completed a 58,000-square-foot expansion of its corporate headquarters in Shoreview, which was built with plans in mind to hire 200 new employees over the next four to five years.

Nash Finch To Be Acquired In $1.3 Billion Deal

Edina-based Nash Finch agreed to an all-stock merger with fellow food distributor Spartan Stores, a deal that is expected to create a $7.5 billion company.

Best Buy Appoints New Executive To Lead Geek Squad

The Richfield-based retailer appointed Chris Askew president of services. He will lead the company’s tech services business, which is best known as Geek Squad.

Supervalu CEO Taps Former OfficeMax Colleague As CFO

A former OfficeMax executive is set to replace 26-year Supervalu veteran Sherry Smith as chief financial officer, effective August 7.

Deluxe Corporation Buys Marketing Firm For $27M

In addition to announcing its $27 million acquisition of San Francisco-based VerticalResponse, Shoreview-based Deluxe said that its second-quarter earnings rose nearly 14 percent.

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Mpls council proposal would cut nearly $8M from 2021 police budget

The "Safety for All Budget Plan" was introduced Friday.

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Minneapolis police appeal for help finding missing man

Shayne Munich is described as a vulnerable adult.

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Minnesota nurse's story about her battle with COVID-19 goes viral

A month later, Ashley Walter is on a hard road to recovery.

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Report: Still on COVID-19 list, Thielen not expected to play Sunday

Thielen was placed on the COVID-19/Reserve list on Monday.

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Mask-wearing, distancing a common sight on MOA's Black Friday

Thousands of shoppers were out and about on Black Friday despite the COVID-19 situation.

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Gov. Tim Walz, MDH react to record-setting COVID-19 deaths

Minnesota can expect further bad news over the coming weeks.

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Record 101 COVID-19 deaths reported in Minnesota

The figures are from Wednesday, with no update provided on Thanksgiving.

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Target reveals its 'Cyber Week' online deals

The sales will run from Nov. 29 to Dec. 5.

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