News Home Page
Trends + Issues
Inside The MSP Airport's New MN Wild-Themed Restaurant
Leadership Home Page
The Business Of Letting Go
Industries Home Page
Banking + Finance
Education + Training
Marketing, Advertising, PR And Media
Nonprofits And The Arts
Retail + Hospitality
Medtronic Founder Goes Off The Grid
Lists + Research Home Page
Black Book: Lists
The TCB 100
Opinion Home Page
Life Style Home Page
Off The Clock
Honors + Events Home Page
Entrepreneurs Of The Year
Minnesota Business Hall Of Fame
Minnesota Family Business Awards
Minnesotans You Should Know
Outstanding Directors Awards
Person of the Year
Small Business Success Stories
The owner of the four eateries in the Minnesota town which calls itself “The Restaurant Capital of the World” will not rebuild his businesses following a devastating fire. Despite...
March 10, 2015
The unemployment rate in Minnesota remained steady in January, but there were fewer jobs to go around as state employers eliminated 7,900 positions during the month. The delayed January figures...
The health system has nearly 2,000 job postings.
SEC Filing Puts Severance Costs at $100 Million
On Monday, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill into law that prevents unions from requiring their workers to pay dues or fees. Minnesota’s eastern neighbor became the 25th state in the...
The rapidly expanding fitness franchise wants to tap into Spain’s movement toward smaller health clubs.
March 09, 2015
Obama budget calls for banning use of tax-exempt bonds to pay for pro sports facilities.
With spring almost here, ice fishing season is at an end, but before anglers stow their gear until next winter they should take a close look at their ice augers. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety...
A Duluth-based women’s apparel chain is in the midst of a major growth spurt, adding new stores and employees as its surging sales and profits impress investors. The Duluth News Tribune reports...
Message: Islamic State hacked @3rdStBrewhouse Third Street website. http://t.co/4FiDe2cmYk #ISIS #beer pic.twitter.com/vkx6q6cc88 — St. Cloud Times (@sctimes) March 7, 2015 Officials are looking...
March 08, 2015
Food Truck explosion rocks Lakeville neighborhood. Neighbors all say it felt like a bomb went off. @kare11 pic.twitter.com/q77igPpAsr — Craig Norkus (@CraigNorkus) March 7, 2015 Saturday was a...
March 07, 2015
A Twin Cities nonprofit shut down amid allegations it mis-spent hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money is the subject of an investigation by the FBI and IRS. The Star Tribune reports...
A business that satisfied the Fargo-Moorhead area’s sweet tooth for nearly a century will be closing its doors for good this April. Quality Bakery, which has been in business for 92 years...
March 06, 2015
Post-it notes are going green. Not the color, but the material. Minnesota-based 3M agreed to take a harder line on its suppliers to ensure it is getting it’s paper and pulp from sustainable...
It was fun being near the top while it lasted. Minnesota’s iconic Mall of America could soon be bumped down the list of largest shopping malls – at the hands of its owners. Triple Five, which...
Governor Mark Dayton and Target chief executive Brian Cornell are set to meet face-to-face over the looming job cuts in Minneapolis, but apparently the matter couldn’t wait – the two talked...
March 05, 2015
Where can you find Minnesota’s happiest workers? Well, according to Fortune, they’re likely to be working for one of three companies. The magazine released its 2015 “100 Best...
The author, Myron Orfield, says the metro's racial segregation is due to government apathy and "well-meaning but misdirected" efforts by housing advocates and school reformers.
David Berg, its COO, will lead its hotel division while Carlson Wagonlit Travel CEO Doug Anderson oversees travel.
The University of Minnesota will soon be overseen by a new Board of Regents – the body to whom the U of M’s president answers – headlined by a combination of new and returning faces. In a...
Read this month's issue of Twin Cities Business.
Digital Edition Sponsored by
Twin Cities Business is Minnesota’s leading provider of business news, insight, and analysis through daily online news stories, e-newsletters, a monthly print magazine and live events. Along with our readers, we get to know the personalities of our region’s most influential leaders, exploring the “how” behind their success, strategies, and solutions. We discuss today’s most pressing issues, examine trends and outlooks, and provide the context, perspective, and information leaders have come to depend upon.
MSP Communications, 220 South 6th Street, Suite 500, Minneapolis, MN 55402
© 2015 MSP Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved