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
Women in Corporate Leadership
From 4,150 miles away, winter biking enthusiasts in Netherland’s city of Leeuwarden gripped their conference’s handlebars and pointed the wheel straight toward the Twin Cities...
February 13, 2015
Just weeks after scoring a gig at the world-famous Carnegie Hall, the Minnesota Orchestra has lined up another landmark performance – and it could be one for the history books. The orchestra will...
February 12, 2015
If you’re a regular traveler, there’s a good chance you’ll have used either Expedia or Orbitz to make a booking before. Well, the two online travel agency giants are set to become...
Fans of a popular hooped cereal can say “Cheerio” to gluten. Minnesota-based General Mills confirmed that five of its Cheerios varieties will be labeled as gluten-free as of July, the...
SparkStarter takes a slightly different tack from other dating apps like Tinder.
Forget the fine china and silverware, Best Buy is banking on engaged couples wanting iPads and HD televisions when they get married. The Richfield-based retailer has entered the wedding market...
February 11, 2015
Ahh, February: a time of love, romance, and, according to the Better Business Bureau in Minnesota, scams. With Valentine’s Day nearly upon us, the BBB of Minnesota and North Dakota is warning...
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...
The proposal faces sharp opposition from the neighboring church.
The eliminations were expected as part of company ending Canadian operations.
Steve Carlton is one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history. Carlton won four Cy Young Awards, struck out 4,136 batters – the fourth most all-time – and he was a Hall of Fame inductee in 1994...
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...
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
A new partnership that aims to create habitat for the beleaguered Monarch butterfly will focus on the Interstate 35 corridor running between Duluth and Brownsville, Texas. The U.S. Fish and...
The company will be the first to provide full-weekend race series results.
It has struggled in the years since spinning off from 3M Company.
An oil field worker in North Dakota claims she was demoted and paid less than her male colleagues because she’s a woman, and was threatened with the sack when she complained. In a lawsuit...
A St. Paul-based bakery issued a warning to customers because there may be nuts in its bagels. National Choice Bakery, a national bagel supplier, says its bagels could have been contaminated with...
“Back by unpopular demand,” says the Minneapolis-based band, in a bit of self-deprecation plastered on its tour poster. The Replacements are hitting the road again, going on a 12-city...
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
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