Book Review: “The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table”

“The Ugly Truth" is that few organizations teach women of color how to deal with mostly-white workplaces, writes author Minda Harts.

Wellness Buzz

Twin Cities first: a spa that centers on bee therapy.

September Networked

Top networking opportunities for September.

Book Review: “Surrounded by Idiots"

To build the best staff and foster cooperation, you'll need to understand the four "primary personality types," writes author Thomas Erickson

Ridgedale Lands Indoor Cycling Studio

A new CycleBar is slated to open at Ridgedale in late September, says owner Zach Pettus.

Book Review: “Becoming a Private Investigator (Masters at Work series)”

To give readers an idea of what it’s like to work as a private investigator, author Howie Kahn follows two P.I.s, one in Tennessee and one in Texas.

Concierge: 5 Ways To Make a Splash This Summer

Round up your favorite clients and colleagues and make the most of Minnesota's most fleeting season with a day on our lakes and rivers.

Networked: July 2019

Your top networking options this month.

Book Review: “Agent of Influence: How to Use Spy Skills to Persuade Anyone, Sell Anything, and Build a Successful Business”

Author Jason Hanson thinks that business and espionage have a lot in common.

Lou's, Meet Ashleigh

A North Shore icon gets a breath of new life from a teenager.