Minnesota's Fading Fortunes
Minnesota's Fading Fortunes

Concerns grow as the state loses more Fortune 500 headquarters.

What Minneapolis Could Learn from Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Fight
What Minneapolis Could Learn from Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Fight

MinnPost talked to three key players in Seattle's 2014 minimum wage fight in order to explore the similarities and differences with the current situation in Minneapolis.

MN Unemployment Rate Improves to 3.8 Percent in March
MN Unemployment Rate Improves to 3.8 Percent in March

It’s the lowest rate in 11 months.

Stittsworth Meats To Build ‘Mobile Slaughter Facility’ In $2M Expansion Effort
Stittsworth Meats To Build ‘Mobile Slaughter Facility’ In $2M Expansion Effort

The meat market wants to introduce its products into grocery and convenience stores around the country.

Midwest Steel Supply Constructing New HQ In Rodgers
Midwest Steel Supply Constructing New HQ In Rodgers

The metal products manufacturer expects the $5.2 million relocation will create a demand for 15 additional employees.

Crafting A Business District In Northern Minnesota
Crafting A Business District In Northern Minnesota

A distinctive group of businesses is revitalizing and reinventing Duluth’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.

North Loop's Parking Conundrum
North Loop's Parking Conundrum

The neighborhood faces a parking crunch as new development arrives.

Bike Industry Contributes $780M To Minnesota Economy
Bike Industry Contributes $780M To Minnesota Economy

A new study by the University of Minnesota and MnDOT tries to quantify bicycling's impact on wallets and health.

Minnesota Job Vacancies Rise In Q4
Minnesota Job Vacancies Rise In Q4

The number of unfilled jobs ticked up 1 percent, with three out of five of those openings in the Twin Cities metro.