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The Vikings Stadium's Payoff

The results are almost in. Will U.S. Bank Stadium deliver on its promises?

August

Is The Vikings Stadium Worth It? + Hoyt Lakes Hustle + Entrepreneurs Of The Year + Twin Cities Business Schools Pivot

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Featured Stories

Secrecy and Subsidies

Secrecy and Subsidies

Behind the state's deal to bring new jobs to Hoyt Lakes.

2016 EY Entrepreneurs Of The Year

2016 EY Entrepreneurs Of The Year

Upper Midwest: Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota

Minnesota Businesses Prepare To Batten Down The Hatches

Minnesota Businesses Prepare To Batten Down The Hatches

After cutting back on R&D and capital expenditures in recent quarters, Minnesota businesses are bracing for reductions in overall production, revenue and operating profits.

Words Of Wisdom

Words Of Wisdom

A few favorite quotes from top business leaders.

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Q&A: Business School Deans On The Changing Needs Of Minnesota Companies

At St. Thomas and the University of Minnesota, business deans Stefanie Lenway and Sri Zaheer say analytics, ethics and global understanding are key to the next generation of business leaders.

Minimum Wage

Who Earns The Minimum Wage In Minnesota?

As the minimum wage gets its third annual increase, how many people still actually earn it?

ABRA

Wanted: People Who'll Work For $80,000 A Year

ABRA is providing paid training to fill its auto technician ranks.

Anytime

Anytime Is (Literally) Branding Its Workforce

Anytime Fitness wants its logo permanently on your body.

Mayo Clinic Square

Reviving Block E With Mayo And Jerky

New tenants all but complete former Block E, validating developers’ vision.

Luxury

Luxury Apartment Living In The Heart Of MSP

Empty-nesters and young professionals are driving demand for a growing number of upscale apartments in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Sisterpreneurs

These "Sisterpreneurs" Are Blowing Up The Bathtime Business

And it's all thanks to their “F” bombs.

DIY

Northern Minnesota's DIY Entrepreneurs

New cut-and-sew businesses are sprouting up on the North Shore, inspired by the craft mentality and sturdy outdoors ethos.

Performing Philanthropy

Checking Out Local Charities

There are many credible sites for vetting nonprofits before making charitable contributions.

Marketing Mash-Up

Where Do You Rank?

Does our rank-everything culture make marketing easier or defeat it?

EOB

Health Care Collaboration Versus Collusion

Why do employers need to be wary of provider-sponsored health plans?

Open Letter

The Lake Formerly Known as Calhoun

To: Tom Landwehr DNR Commissioner St. Paul, MN

Corner Office

Case Study: Lessons On Protecting Reputation

Your business’s reputation is gained in inches, but lost in miles.

Personal Brand

The Perception Gap

Is who you really are coming across, or is it someone you don’t intend to project?

Go Fish

Go Fish (With Your Clients)

Make the most of summer with a relaxing day (or two) of fishing with your best clients on a scenic lake or river.

Plugged In

Plugged In: August 2016

The best opportunities for networking in August.

OOO

Out Of Office: August 2016

The entertainment picks for your out of office time in August.

Meeting Guide

2016 Annual Guide To Meeting Venues

Twin Cities Business’ extensive guide to Minnesota meeting and event facilities.

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