Month: November 2017

Ceremonial ‘rail breaking’ planned as city moves forward with rail yard redevelopment

It will mark a symbolic turning point Wednesday, Nov. 8, when city leaders put a twist on a groundbreaking to hold a “rail breaking” at the downtown rail yard, but behind the scenes other progress has been happening.

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Sanford acquires stake in German hospital

Sanford Health’s German subsidiary has acquired a minority position in ISAR Klinik II AG, which includes Isar Klinikum, a hospital located in Munich, Germany.

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Twin Cities native builds banking career in Sioux Falls

This week’s Up-and-Comer is Tom Ries, a business banker at First Bank & Trust.

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Hotel Phillips to bring upscale boutique hotel downtown

The historic office building that used to be the headquarters of Great Western Bank is becoming Hotel Phillips, an upscale boutique hotel.

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Board game business opts for downtown pop-up shop

When it became clear her new space wouldn’t be ready in time for the holidays, the owner of a board game business started brainstorming.

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Forbes names Sioux Falls best small city for business

Sioux Falls has been named the 2017 best small city for business and careers by Forbes magazine.

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Growing bank to expand branch

To make room for new mortgage and commercial lenders, Quoin Financial Bank is adding onto its Sioux Falls branch.

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They said yes: Now, how to keep that new hire 

After a successful hire, you might breathe a sigh of relief and feel like your job is done until his or her first day on the job. But it’s important to note that an employee most often makes the decision to stay or leave a position during the first 30 to 60 days.

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Web developer leases last Washington Square office space

Web design and development firm Electric Pulp has taken the last available office space at Washington Square.

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Sioux Falls home sales drop; prices rise

Home sales took a fairly significant drop in October in Sioux Falls, falling 16 percent compared with the same time last year.

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