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Nick Halter


Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Nick:

Saturday's Twins-Saints doubleheader is train ride down memory lane

During their "rabid" rivalry, Minneapolis Millers and St. Paul Saints fans used to ride streetcars between the two teams' day-night doubleheaders. → Read More

As Vikings weigh Winter Park's future, Chanhassen land beckons

The football team is considering whether to leave its Winter Park practice facility for nearby Chanhassen. → Read More

Target's Q1 earnings: Three things to watch

Are the layoffs over? Target will release financial results for the first time since it laid off 1,700 employees in March. → Read More

Nobody shifts like they do at Quality Bicycle Products (Photos)

Sharp thinking and an innovative spirit has kept Quality Bicycle Products a step ahead of the trends. But there’s no slowing down when bigger rivals can grab its best ideas. → Read More

Cub Foods lowering prices in advance of Hy-Vee entrance

"We're not going to make it easy for Hy-Vee," an executive at Cub's parent, Supervalu Inc., said. → Read More

MillerCoors signs deal for new Vikings stadium

MillerCoors is following the Minnesota Vikings into their new stadium with a 10-year founding partnership. → Read More

St. Paul Macy's buyer is a Walgreens developer

The company buying a piece of the St. Paul Macy's building has developed Twin Cities Walgreens stores. → Read More

Mall of America drops restitution claim for Black Lives Matter protest

The Mall of America is no longer pursuing $40,000 in restitution from Black Lives Matter protestors who organized at the mall on Dec. 20. → Read More

Minnesota-made device prevents falling ice at new Vikings stadium

Stadium builders are confident that the roof design will prevent a snow-induced collapse like the one in December 2010 at the Metrodome. → Read More

Red Cow and Hot Indian Foods headline new Target Field eats (Photos)

The Minnesota Twins unveiled the downtown ballpark's new food offerings Tuesday. → Read More

Twins opening day payroll ranks 19th in baseball

The $108 million roster is the club's second-highest ever on opening day, but doesn't factor in cost savings from suspended pitcher Ervin Santana. → Read More

Retailers follow growth along Highway 610

​Momentum is building on Brooklyn Park’s Highway 610 corridor, and retailers want a piece of the action. → Read More

Anytime Fitness offers free outdoor workouts in May

In parks near clubs nationwide, personal trainers will lead activities for all ability levels, including tug-of-war, relays and obstacle courses. → Read More

On sale now: legacy bricks in front of the new Vikings stadium - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Vikings fans who want to get their name engraved near the stadium will have their chance. → Read More

Major League Soccer makes Minneapolis expansion official and names owners - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

​Major League Soccer officials formally announced Wednesday morning that Bill McGuire's group has been selected as an expansion team. → Read More

Black Lives Matter derails Mall of America's #ItsMyMall on Twitter - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Mall of America is giving away $500 for the best memories discovered though a social media campaign launched Tuesday. Black Lives Matter probably won't win. → Read More

Target Center's renovation unlikely to take shape until 2016 - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

All signs say go for a $30 million boost to the Target Center renovation budget, but that doesn't mean work on the arena will begin this summer. → Read More

Target will raise minimum wage to $9 per hour - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Analysts have said Target had to raise wages to avoid losing store workers to Wal-Mart and other retailers. → Read More

Target lays off 1,700 employees and cuts 1,400 open positions - South Florida Business Journal

The layoffs represent a 13 percent cut to the retailer's corporate workforce in Minnesota. → Read More

Minnesota group with New York ties enlisting former NFL players to start rugby league - New York Business Journal

A Twin Cities startup with a co-founder from New York is hoping a summer match pitting many former NFL players against Europe's finest will help fire up interest in what would be the first-ever professional rugby league in the U.S. → Read More