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  1. Chanhassen drools, Eden Prairie shudders over Vikings Winter Park talkRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Business Journal

    The Business Journal reported more than a month ago that the Minnesota Vikings were considering moving their Winter Park practice facility to Chanhassen from Eden Prairie, and locals are reacting pretty much as you'd figure . The Star Tribune follows up on the issue , noting both the concerns of Eden Prairie business leaders, who worry about loss of both bragging rights and tax dollars, and the plans in play in Chanhassen, where a Vikings presence could fit into a broader lifestyle center development.

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  2. Southwest LRT board suggests $250M in cuts, ending line in Eden PrairieRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Business Journal

    An advisory board for the Southwest light rail project on Wednesday voted in favor of ending the line at an Eden Prairie stop, cutting $250 million from the project's cost. Under that proposed cut, the Star Tribune reports the line's total cost would be about $1.7 billion - still above the original $1.65 billion price.

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  3. Minnesota Chamber taps U.S. Chamber executive as presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Business Journal

    Doug Loon , an executive at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's regional office in Eden Prairie, will become the next president of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Sept. 8. Based in St. Paul, the Minnesota Chamber is the state's largest business lobbying group, representing about 2,400 member companies.

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  4. Closing soon: 7th Street Tavern, the first-ever ChamppsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Business Journal

    Greenberg said he opted not to renew the 30-year-old restaurant's lease, though he did not explain. Assets of the business will be auctioned off at AcesBid.com .

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  5. Wells Fargo opens new Eden Prairie branchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Business Journal

    Wells Fargo is expanding its presence in the southwestern Twin Cities suburb of Eden Prairie, opening a new location in the Eden Prairie Village shopping center. The new branch, at 16550 W. 78th St., brings Wells Fargo's presence in the southwest suburb to a half-dozen locations.

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  6. The good news on Southwest LRT? More Choo Choo Bob videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Business Journal

    Minnesota Public Radio , which last year teamed up the the St. Paul producers of the show to explain the long list of troubles facing light-rail planners, has returned with a sequel . This one aims to explain how the project, already the state's largest transit effort at $1.65 billion, faces ballooning costs that could push its price tag past $2 billion.

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  7. Life Time Fitness sells two local buildings for $60MRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Life Time Fitness has sold two and leased back of its Twin Cities fitness centers for $60 million as part of a broader sales-leaseback real estate strategy. The St. Louis Park facility, at 5535 Cedar Lake Road sold for $37 million to Realty Income Corp. a real estate investment trust based in San Diego, according to a certificate of real estate value filed in Hennepin County.

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  8. Redevelopment planned for shuttered Santorini's Eden Prairie restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    The shuttered Santorini's Greek restaurant in Eden Prairie would be redeveloped as a multi-tenant building under plans submitted to the city. It's unclear it the project is a rebuild, expansion or a renovation.

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  9. Redstone to cozy up next to Nordstrom's new Ridgedale storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Business Journal

    Redstone American Grill is planning a move across the Ridgedale Center parking lot, where it would be nestled up against a new Nordstrom store in the mall. The restaurant has submitted an application to the city of Minnetonka so that it can open an 8,500-square-foot restaurant with 229 seats inside and 54 on a patio.

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  10. Nortek's Mammoth cutting jobs at Eden Prairie headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Business Journal

    Custom HVAC system builder Mammoth will lay off 64 workers in Eden Prairie starting next month, the company said in a mass layoff notice to the state. Incorporated as Nortek Air Solutions , Eden Prairie-based Mammoth is a subsidiary of Providence, R.I.-based Nortek Inc. .

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  11. JAMF Software co-CEOs step down; Minnesota tech vet takes overRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Business Journal

    JAMF Software co-founders and co-CEOs Zach Halmstad and Chip Pearson are turning leadership of their growing company over to Dean Hager , the long-time Minnesota tech executive who most recently served as CEO of Kroll Ontrack. Halmstad, who works out of JAMF's Eau Claire, Wis., office, and Pearson, who is based in Minneapolis, will remain at the company.

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  12. Wild, Twins, Vikings and MN United owners converge for rare meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Business Journal

    The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal brought the owners of four major Twin Cities sports teams together at A'Bulae in St. Paul for a panel discussion Wednesday.

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  13. Does MakerBot have what it takes to make Stratasys cool in expansion to Asian markets?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Business Journal

    The 3-D printing company that made prototyping cool is expanding its reach from Brooklyn to the other side of the world with the support of its bigger, but less hip parent company: Stratasys, which splits its headquarters between Eden Prairie and Israel. "Asia is an important market for desktop 3-D printing with great opportunities in verticals that are a strategic priority for MakerBot," Jonathan Jaglom , CEO of MakerBot, said in a statement Monday.

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  14. Supervalu CEO pay rises 40 percentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Business Journal

    Supervalu Inc. paid Sam Duncan , its president and CEO, 40 percent more in fiscal 2015 than it did in the previous year, boosting his total compensation to $6.92 million, up from $4.95 million in 2014. Duncan, 63, has been CEO and president of the grocery wholesaler and retailer since February 2013 , when he took over for Wayne Sales , who had been CEO for just seven months.

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  15. Anchor Bank completes absorption of four Voyager Bank locationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Business Journal

    Voyager branches in Mankato, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie and Shakopee closed briefly over this past weekend to make the transition. They have now been brought into the Anchor Bank fold, according to a news release from the company.

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  16. More than 100 doctors apply to medical marijuana programRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Business Journal

    Minnesota's Office of Medical Cannabis began accepting applications June 1 and released stats Monday for the seven-day period ending June 7. Minnesota has authorized 54 health practitioners to certify patients for the program and cleared eight patients to pick up cannabis starting July 1. Results of a survey released week found that medical marijuana wasn't popular with Minnesota physicians .

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  17. Hennepin Tech chops Eden Prairie culinary training programRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2015 | Business Journal

    Hennepin Technical College is merging its culinary program at the Eden Prairie campus into its sister in Brooklyn Park due to low demand. The twin training programs have existed separately for almost 40 years, said President Cecilia Cervantes .

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  18. Giant Walgreens supplier plans Shakopee distribution centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2015 | Business Journal

    The pharmaceutical distributor will build the facility and similar ones in Olive Branch, Miss. and Newburgh, N.Y., to "improve product access and increase supply chain efficiency," it said in a news release .

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  19. As Vikings weigh Winter Park's future, Chanhassen land beckonsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Business Journal

    The Minnesota Vikings may move Winter Park to Chanhassen or stay in Eden Prairie to renovate and expand the 34-year-old practice facility, according to sources who spoke anonymously to preserve business relationships. Relocating or renovating could consolidate the team's scattered offices and add outdoor field space, which Winter Park lacks.

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  20. Southwest Transit app will take ride requests - within limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2015 | Business Journal

    SouthWest Transit is launching smartphone app that puts an Uber-ish spin on public transit - as long as you're not leaving Eden Prairie. The Star Tribune reports on the new service , called SW Prime, which marks the first expansion of service for the agency in nearly a decade and since SouthWest Transit cut back on local service to cater more toward Minneapolis-bound commuters.

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