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Mpls. Small-Biz Owners Talk Strategy, Successes (With Video)

The owners of Dogwood Coffee Bar, Regla De Oro, Butter Bakery Café, and Hot Indian Foods discussed their entrepreneurial endeavors.

Rybak, Mayoral Candidates Set Minneapolis Population Goal Of 500,000 By 2025—But Is That Realistic

The Met Council estimates Minneapolis’ population 27 years from now will reach 487,700.

Minnesota Lawmakers In Reaction Mode On Shutdown Votes

The Jefferson Memorial is seen on Tuesday with its entry closed off due the government shutdown.

Shutdown Has Direct, But Limited, Effect On MN

So far, the effect of the government shutdown has primarily been limited to federal workers turned away from their jobs, but if the government stays in the dark much longer, federal funding limitations may broaden the impact.

MN Ranked 8th-Best State For Business, Up From 20th

Minnesota moved up Forbes’ best business states list, driven largely by its high scores in quality of life measurements.

Stratasys Leader Explains Logic Behind Big MakerBot Deal

The acquisition of MakerBot, a deal worth at least $403 million, allows Stratasys to market to “home hobbyists.”

Hospitality Co. Carlson Appoints New CFO

International hospitality and travel company Carlson appointed interim Chief Financial Officer Brad Hall to the permanent position.

Tennant Drops Appeal Of Lost Lawsuit

About three months after a German court ruled against Tennant in an advertising lawsuit, the Minnesota company said it has withdrawn its appeal for “purely commercial reasons.”

Employers Are Rethinking College Degrees

What do they mean at hiring time? That answer—and degree programs themselves—are being transformed.

Examining The Business-Oriented CIO

How IT turns business priorities into business realities.

Greater MSP, A Nonprofit, Seeks "Investor Relations" Lead

Greater MSP is seeking a new investor relations director, the type of title typically reserved for public firms, rather than nonprofits.

Cargill’s President MacLennan Moves Up To CEO

Cargill’s current CEO, Greg Page, is nearing the company’s mandatory executive retirement age, and he will be replaced by David MacLennan.

Mpls. Hair-Removal Chain Plans Rapid Expansion

BodyBrite removes hair with a technology known as “intense pulse light,” and the company is planning to add three new Minnesota locations amid a larger growth strategy.

MN Agency Names New Director Of Business Development

The Department of Employment and Economic Development hired John Shoffner as the agency says Minnesota is experiencing a surge in business expansions and job openings.

Local Weber Shandwick Prez. Named National Leader

Sara Gavin will now oversee the firm’s 23 offices in the United States and Canada.

Legislators Agree On Disaster Relief But Disagree On Tax-Repeal Measures

“It was pretty clear that they are not interested in repealing these taxes,” Senate Minority Leader David Hann said shortly after the Senate passed the disaster relief measure 59-0.

Minnesotans Miss Out On Some Federal Tax Breaks

In order to save the state about $300 million over two years, Minnesota’s new tax code will not conform to the federal code—leaving out multiple tax cuts enjoyed in other states.

Founder Of MN’s Largest Ad Agency Dies

John Olson passed away about 20 years after founding Olson, one of the five largest independent ad agencies in the country.

Telecom Co. CEO Resigns Amid Restructuring

Minnetonka-based Communications Systems, Inc., restructured itself into a holding company and made multiple executive-level changes.

Sports Facilities Authority: Preliminary Look Shows Vikings Can Afford Stadium Share

The Authority had to step back and re-examine the Wilf family's ability to pay its share of the stadium after a New Jersey judge found the family had committed civil fraud in a real estate deal there.

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