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Minnesota's Young Millionaires 2015

These business leaders have achieved more success by age 40 than most people do in their whole careers. Here’s how they did it.

by Andre Eggert, Gene Rebeck, and Sam Schaust

Dayton gets specific, lists 600 road and bridge repairs in $6 billion plan

Do you know of a highway in Minnesota that needs fixing? If so, it’s probably on Gov. Mark Dayton’s list of roads that would be repaired under the $6 billion roads and bridges plan he...

February 18, 2015

The Business Of Letting Go

It’s Never Too Early for Succession Planning

February 17, 2015

The Atlantic hails 'The Miracle of Minneapolis' – but is Twin Cities praise justified?

It’s getting to the point where we may have to rename the city “Millennial-apolis.” The Twin Cities have been getting a lot of national attention recently for its appeal to the...

February 17, 2015

Bakk surprised by rift with Dayton over pay raise delay, but won't get 'personal'

Relations between Minnesota’s top two Democrats remain strained following a public falling out over commissioner pay raises, with Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk saying he was surprised at...

February 17, 2015

William Mitchell

William Mitchell And Hamline Law School To Merge As Enrollment And Demand For Graduates Wane

The combined entity will be called Mitchell|Hamline School of Law, with most of its functions on the old Mitchell campus.

February 13, 2015

Gateway

New Gateway Project Recalls Early Efforts To Combat Downtown Blight

In 1915, the Minneapolis Park Board pioneered the use of urban renewal when it built Gateway Park, on a triangular two-block site that included the early City Hall.

February 12, 2015

After raises, will MN officials make more or less than those in nearby states?

You might have noticed, there’s been a lot of controversy about Gov. Mark Dayton’s decision to increase the pay of state commissioners by up to $35,000 a year. The governor received...

February 11, 2015

Hennepin County's new e-cigarette ban is more strict than state law

People will no longer be allowed to smoke e-cigarettes inside most public places in Hennepin County. The county board of commissioners voted 6-1 Tuesday to restrict the use of e-cigarettes in work...

February 11, 2015

Gallup: Minnesota more bullish about economy than any other state

Minnesotans may have a reputation for modesty. But underneath that there’s a whole lot of confidence – at least when it comes to the economy, new numbers from Gallup suggest. The polling...

February 10, 2015

GOP fights back after Dayton gives hefty pay raises to commissioners

Republican lawmakers in Minnesota are pushing back against Gov. Dayton’s decision to increase salaries for his cabinet members by up to $35,000 a year. Members of the House Ways and Means...

February 09, 2015

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